Classes

Discover (or re-discover) the fun and fulfilling art of printmaking at Tiger Lily Press by taking a class. To register by mail, send a check to Tiger Lily Press, P.O.Box 5394, Cincinnati, Ohio 45205, along with a note including: name, phone number, email, class name, and amount paid.

If you prefer to pay via Paypal, Click the PayPal button below the class you wish to sign up for, or we can invoice you. E-mail to reserve a class space.

Professional Development Units (PDUs) are available for educators.

2017 SPRING PRINTMAKING CLASSES AT TIGER LILY PRESS

EXPERIMENTAL COLLAGRAPH PRINTMAKING

Thursdays, March 9, 16, 23, 30

6:00-8:30 pm

Instructor: Mary Woodworth

Make your own plates with ordinary materials. Using cardboard, paper, fabrics, modeling paste, and acrylic mediums participants will make plates that can be printed alone or in layers. A unique aspect of this class will be the introduction of block out stencils and use of cut shape collagraph plates to expand the possibilities for abstract compositions. Returning students welcomed to continue exploration of techniques presented in previous class.

Limit: 6 students  $120.00 non-members/ $105.00 members

$10.00 supply fee included

10 PDU contact hours


INTRODUCTION TO COPPER ETCHING

Sundays, April 23 and 30

1:00-4:00 pm

Instructor: Andrea Knarr

Participants will be introduced to basic etching on copper process along with inking, wiping, and printing plate. This traditional intaglio print process will also include demonstrations on preparing print paper, using the intaglio presses and creating a signed edition.

Limit: 6 students  $95.00 non-members/ $80.00 members

$20.00 supply fee included

6 PDU contact hours

Class full; please contact us to be added to a waiting list, or to express interest if we run a second session this season.


DRYPOINT INTO MONOPRINT

Sunday, May 7

1:00- 6:00 pm

Instructor: Kathleen Piercefield

Participants will explore the basics for creating a drypoint on plexiglass by cutting, abrading, scratching, and/or gouging the surface. Drypoint is an intaglio print process similar to etching, but more direct without use of chemicals. A variety of ways to wipe and print the plate to achieve successful prints will be explored. Participants will have an opportunity to manipulate their image including collagraph, monotype, and hand coloring to create a sequence of related but endless varying prints.

Limit: 6 students  $75.00 non-members/ $60.00 members

$10.00 supply fee included

5 PDU contact hours

Class full; please contact us to be added to a waiting list, or to express interest if we run a second session this season.


SIMPLE SILK SCREEN**

Sunday, May 21

12:30-4:30

Instructor: Nancy Turner

Learn basic silk screen skills without emulsion while completing a simple print project on fabric. Participants will leave with a finish image that they have printed on fabric forms such as a T shirt ,cloth bag or towels.

Limit: 6 students  $65.00 non-member/ $50.00 members
$10.00 supply fee included

4 PDU contact hours

Class full; please contact us to be added to a waiting list, or to express interest if we run a second session this season.


SILK SCREEN WITH STENCILS**

Sunday, June 11

12:30-4:30

Instructor: Nancy Turner

Learn or continue to develop basic silk screening techniques without emulsions while working experimentally and intuitively printing with contact sheet stencils to create multicolored, layered abstract images. Students will leave with a finished portfolio of printed images.

Limit: 6 students  $65.00 non-members/ $50.00 members

$10.00 supply fee included

4 PDU contact hours

** Spring Special: Receive a $10.00 discount on total fees when you sign up and take both silk screen classes.

Class full; please contact us to be added to a waiting list, or to express interest if we run a second session this season.


EXPERIMENTAL MONOPRINTING WITH WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHE

Thursday July 27, Friday July 28

10:00-3:30, half hour lunch

Instructor: Sheila Fleischer

This 2 day class will give participants the opportunity to explore a wide range of possibilities with Caran d’Ache watercolors and gouache in small print format. Emphasis will be on working intuitively to develop landscapes from memory or by using photos to inspire compositions. Additional techniques such as embossing will also be introduced as a way of enhancing prints. *Art teachers, this class offers a process easily adapted to the classroom.

Limit: 6 students  $120.00 non-members/ $105.00 members

$10.00 supply fee included

10 PDU contact hours


Class fee levels




All classes are taught at Tiger Lily Press studio, located at Dunham Recreation Center Complex, 4356 Dunham Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45238.

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