TIGER LILY PRESS 2019 FALL CLASSES
Discover (or rediscover) the fun and fulfilling art of printmaking by taking a class at Tiger Lily Press. Classes are normally scheduled for Spring and Fall.
Take both of the following classes—Multi-drop Monotypes and Create a Non-Traditional Scroll—and get a special discount!
See the discounted pricing following the Scrolls workshop.
CREATING ART FOR DISPLAY IN SCROLL FORMAT
11/2/19, Sat 10am – 1pm
Instructor: Maureen Radcliffe George
We will learn to print multi-colored monotypes on lightweight paper for use in a scroll format. This class will cover various ways to achieve the unique image effects and textures that that monotypes offer. We will begin with an inked plate and use subtractive and additive methods to create the image including removing ink, painting, stenciling and overlaying inks. This is offered as a separate class and one may chose to take it with or without the follow up class.
Supplies included: Carrier rice paper, assorted decorative papers, newsprint, oil based inks, 8 1/2 x 14 plexiglass, marking tools, adhesive, various additional rice papers and decorative papers. Small and medium sized gloves available.
Participants provide: sketches or ideas for image, paper towels and any type of paper you may add. Additional information: Instructor will be available for the following open studio in order to finalize if necessary.
Limit 6 participants
Cost:$60 for non-members and $48 for TLP members.
CREATE A NON-TRADITIONAL SCROLL FOR DISPLAYING UNFRAMED PRINTS
11/10/19, Sunday 10am – 1pm
Instructor: Maureen Radcliffe George
Using your own prints from Multi-Drop Monotypes or from your own stash, we will explore different types of scrolls and use of a variety of techniques for mounting, finishing, hanging and embellishing. We will use Japanese papers for mounting and cloth fabrics or decorative papers for borders. We will explore gluing techniques and learn to present the finished Work by hanging it on carriers such as dowels or sticks.
Supplies included: Decorative papers and fabrics for creating borders, newsprint, assorted dowels and sticks, limited cords, ribbons and decorative elements, wheat paste and/or gel medium or other adhesive.
Participants provide: Small prints or sketches, finished prints 81/2×14 or smaller, Xacto knife, you may wish to use specific rice papers, fabrics, hanging rods and embellishments (beads, buttons, ribbons, twine, small tassels, etc.) paper towels and scissors
Cost: $60 for non-members, $48 for members.
Take both classes, Multi-drop Monotype and Create a non Traditional Scroll for a discounted price, see below.
TWO CLASS DISCOUNT – Take both classes, Multi-drop Monotype and Create a non Traditional Scroll for a discounted price of $110 non-members and $76 for members of TLP.
Cost: $45 for non-members and $36 for TLP members
PROFESSIONAL GUIDELINES FOR MATTING AND FRAMING
12/01/19 Sunday noon-3
Instructor: Andrea Knarr
We will review professional standards for matting and framing of fine art prints. I will demonstrate how to cut a 4 ply, beveled archival mat using an inexpensive hand held Logan mat cutter. Learning to do this will save big bucks, even if you mess up some of them! We will also discuss the proper way to sign and number prints.
Participants provide: 4 ply mat board the size of your print plus 3” border on all sides for practice, 2H ( not B) pencil.
Limit 6 participants open to all.
Interested in learning something specific that you don’t see here? Contact us and let us know. We often schedule classes based on feedback from participants and those interested in learning the various techniques of printmaking.