Chine Colle’ With Monotype- Jan 5 Video

Chine Colle’ With Monotype- Jan 5 Video

January 5, 2021

Time: 10am-12pm (Mountain time- Denver)

Location: Video is available

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The art of integrating collage materials within a monotype composition is the focus of this demo. You will learn about the differences between chine colle and collage and the various adhesives we’ll use while working with dry paper. You will see a wide range of uses and methods of application and how to approach the relationship between an ongoing composition and the collage elements you have to work with.

This 2 hour interactive demo includes questions from participants followed by optional 30 minute individualized Confer and Critique Add-On sessions that may be purchased in advance below or at checkout. Additional hour long Confer ‘n Critique sessions may be scheduled by appointment. Please see the recommended supply list below.

For a hands-on engagement you will need the following:

  • A Monotype work station complete with a palette, Akua inks and solvents, monotype plates, brayers and other accessories. See the complete list.
  • A variety of chine colle’ elements- rice papers, old prints/drawings, photos, photocopied material, digital images, found materials – this is totally open to each participant- Think thin and absorbent.
  • One or more of these adhesives: A glue stick, 3M Super 77 spray adhesive, 3M/Scotch Positionable Mounting Adhesive
  • A vented or exterior area to spray if using 3M Super 77 spray adhesive
  • A cutting and gluing station
  • Scrap newsprint and a cutting blade
  • One or more sheets of printmaking paper (I use Arches 88 and print dry)
  • A press or hand printing station

nd materials – this is totally open to each participant- Think thin and absorbent.One or more of these adhesives: A glue stick, 3M Super 77 spray adhesive, 3M/Scotch Positionable Mounting AdhesiveA vented or exterior area to spray if using 3M Super 77 spray adhesiveA cutting and gluing stationScrap newsprint and a cutting bladeOne or more sheets of printmaking paper (I use Arches 88 and print dry)A press or hand printing station