This is a fast and easy printmaking technique. Using acrylic paint on a smooth surface (glass or tin), students paint an image onto it. Paper is then applied and the print is pulled off. Students are encouraged to work quickly (the paint must not dry) and so it is common for each student to produce a number of prints.
|Maximum Class Size||25 students|
|Time Required||1 1/2 - 2 hours|
|Material Required||Smooth surfaces, acrylic paint, brushes, pallets and paper.|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Special Notes||This program requires extensive prep time. For each hour of instruction, 1/4 of prep time will be added.|
From her beginnings in southern Ontario to the Yukon home she chose, Meshell Melvin has a professional practice that spans 30 years, and has exhibited widely. Her work hangs in public and private collections, and has been featured in print, radio, television and film. Her images reflect an interest and curiosity in the world around her; the people, the homes they live in, and the surrounding landscape. She has a passion and commitment to art education that parallels her devotion to her practice and makes her a lively and stimulating instructor. An artist in the schools for almost 20 years, she is versatile in a number of mediums and her tickle trunk is full of projects.