Explore the versatility of using a cast pharmaceutical gelatin plate to create multi-layered images with MGNE artist Tamar Etigen. Tamar will use plant material and found objects to demonstrate how to create layered and colorful monotypes.
The workshop will demonstrate a registration system allowing work on two prints simultaneously. This medium is non-toxic, low tech, versatile, very accessible and does not require a press.
Tamar Etingen is a multi-media artist and teacher currently concentrating on Gelatin Plate Monotypes. Tamar has exhibited sculpture, installations, paintings and prints in universities, galleries and museums on both U.S. coasts and in the state of New Mexico. She is a Master of Fine Arts (Vermont College of Fine Arts) and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (University of California Berkeley).
Please note that this webinar will be recorded and made available via the MGNE website. This virtual seminar will take place online via Zoom and is limited to 100 registrants. This program is open to all. MGNE membership not required to join. Upon registering for the Webinar, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is hosted by the Monotype Guild of New England. The Monotype Guild of New England is a nonprofit organization of contemporary artists creating unique impressions by working in the medium of monotypes and monoprints. Learn more at www.mgne.org.