Mokulito-Wood Plate Lithography
Mokulito is a form of lithography using a wood plate and founded on the lithographic principle that oil and water do not mix. Mokulito is a gestural painting type of printmaking and the mediums you use such as lithographic crayons, tusche washes, oil-based sharpies, oil sticks, pens, encourage freeform drawing. Wood plate lithography is much like monoprinting in that each print changes slightly over time producing a unique print. The unpredictability of the texture of the wood plate makes for exciting results. You can also treat your plate like a woodcut, carving into it with traditional Japanese wood block tools or even a Dremel engraver to create lines and textures. Additionally you can use both sides of the wood plate to create a more complex multi-color print.
Early Enrollment Discount through January 1 / Member price $220.50
Portions of paper for this class have been generously donated by Awagami Factory.
- Tuition: $245
- Location: Kala Printmaking Studio
- Instructor: Karen Olsen-Dunn
- 2 Classes
- Saturday, November 23, 2019 — November 30, 2019
- 11am — 4pm
- $35 Materials Fee payable to the teacher on the first day of class