will conduct a three-day monotype printmaking workshop Tuesday, August 30 through Thursday, September 1, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily.
Cost: $425. Minimum enrollment 8; maximum 15. A deposit of $125 is due by Monday, August 1, with the balance due by Friday, August 26.
To register or if you have questions, contact the artist at 864-561-5208.
Supplies. All paints, gels, mediums, etc. will be supplied by Golden Artists Colors and are included in the registration fee. However, you will need to provide the following items for the workshop yourself:
A few pallet knives
Brushes suitable for acrylic paints and watercolors.
Large box of Q-tips
Roll of blue painters tape
Roll of paper towels
Small to large set of Caran D’Arche neocolor crayons (water soluble). ***the oil and wax crayons won’t work
18 x 24 newsprint pad and 3 to 6 sheets of 22 x 30 of one of the following print making papers: Rives BFK, Stonehenge, or Arches Cover.
A clean folio to transport paper and finished prints is recommended.
Students are encouraged to bring working drawings 8 x 10 and 12 x 12 to fit the plates.
Phil Garrett, a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute, has completed numerous artists’ residencies and taught painting and printmaking nationally and internationally. He is the founder of King Snake Press, and his prints and paintings are in public and private collections in the USA, Europe, and Japan. He is the author of the book, Inside Acrylics, published by North Light Books in 2013.
August 30 – September 1
3-day printmaking workshop.
September 6 – September 18
Exhibition of works