Artist Rose Nygaard will introduce monotype printmaking during a three-day workshop to be held from noon to 4 p.m. next week at Arts on Main in Gloucester. The workshop begins Tuesday and concludes next Thursday, Sept. 14.
Monotype is a type of print made by an image that has been painted on a metal, plastic or another flat, smooth surface, said a press release. Transferring is either by hand rubbing or a press. Some of the earliest were made around 1640, with Rembrandt, Degas and Matisse all doing monotypes.
A supply list will be provided upon registration. The cost is $150 for the three-day workshop.
The following Thursday, Sept. 21, members of Colonial Lacemakers will give a talk on lace in fashion and participants will create a lacy fish by weaving wood bobbins wound with thread using a lacemaker’s pillow. The class, to be held from 1-3 p.m., is for ages 13 and older and is limited to 10 people. All supplies will be provided. The class is provided on a ...
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