Monotype: One off print

Broken Hill by Peter Mclean

Monotype: One off print

With Peter McLean

6-8:30pm Wednesdays

11 May – 15 June 2022

$375 per person

Includes all materials.

Often referred to as ‘painterly’ printmaking, monotypes are made by drawing or painting ink on a smooth surface before the image is then transferred to paper in a press. Unlike most other printmaking processes, monotypes are a ‘one-off’ that cannot be repeated. Best known for rich tones and spontaneous mark-making, monotype is an easy to explore medium requiring no previous printmaking experience.

Workshop Content

Week 1
Black and white trace monotypes/transfer drawings

Week 2
Layering multiple colours with trace monotypes

Week 3
Reductive monotypes in black and white, press printing

Week 4
Layering colour – combining trace and reductive monotype

Week 5
Stencils and shaped plates

Week 6
White ink on coloured papers


About Peter McLean

Peter McLean is an artist with a deep affinity for nature and the environment. Working across a range of printmaking techniques as well as drawing and installation, his work explores the materiality of nature and our physical, emotional and spiritual relationships with place. As well as exhibiting regularly and undertaking residencies, Peter has extensive experience teaching printmaking for a wide range of students, including at ANU School of Art & Design, the National Art School in Sydney, Megalo Print Studio and Woodford Folk Festival.

Website: petermclean.com.au

Facebook: @peter.mclean2

Instagram: @pebble_bunya

More info

Please contact Belco Arts via email, or phone (02) 6173 3300.

COVID SAFETY
We are committed to your safety. Workshops at Belco Arts are well ventilated and have a maximum capacity of 13 people, including the tutor. Individual workspaces are socially distanced, with masks and hand sanitiser readily available. We encourage workshop participants to be fully vaccinated, including booster vaccinations where possible, and highly recommend the use of masks when in workshops (even if not required by ACT health directives). If you have any concerns, please get in touch with us.