THE FABULOUS AND VERSATILE GELATIN PRINT


Shelley Thorstensen

Shelley Thorstensen

Class #102: December 12-13: Saturday – Sunday 10am – 4pm
NEW DATES
Tuition $192 Materials $40  Total Cost $232

Gelatin printing is a form of editioning andmonoprinting. It has roots in the early part of the last century when it was dubbed the Hectograph. You’ll use gelatin plates with water based mediums. The process is like magic—simple and versatile and is equally well suited for printmakers, professional artists, and those wishing to expand their artistic vocabulary. You can paint directly, work in double reverse for a la prima work in direct observation, and use and learn of types of printmaking techniques including: stencils, selective color and multiple printings, in a series or on individual prints. The materials are non-toxic and clean up with water. Bring your imagination and be prepared to have fun and make gorgeous prints. Collage, stamping, stencils, overprinting—the possibilities are close to endless. Two day workshop gives plenty of time to learn and experiment. Permanent results, perfect for archival printmaking papers. Enrollment is limited to 8 students. $40 materials fee included.

Shelley Thorstensen is an artist/printmaker living and working in Philadelphia. She has an MFA in Printmaking from Tyler School of Art and a BFA from Syracuse University in Experimental Studios. Recent solo exhibitions include The Preponderance of Evidence, at The Print Center in Philadelphia and Houghton College, Buffalo. Shelley has taught many places such as Rutgers Mason Gross, Moore College of Art, Minneapolis College of Art, Tyler School of Art, and Women’s Studio Workshop. She is represented by Dolan/Maxwell Gallery.

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