Solar Etching and Monoprint Workshop

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DECOY Saturday May 2, 6-8 at the Creative Alliance

Studio intensive, advanced solar etching and monoprint workshop with Soledad Salamé.

Artist Soledad Salamé will host a series of printmaking workshops for small groups of artists in her Reservoir Hill studio. Focus will be on etching and solar printing with photo-emulsion.

Next Workshop : June 26, 27, 28th, 2009.
Workshop duration: 3 days
Hours:10 am-4 pm
Cost: $550 –Includes two 5”x7” solar plates – Excludes paper
Limited to 4 artists
Tel: 410 462 5365

Day 1: Drawing on Mylar, exposing plates and creating monoprints
Day 2: Printing solar etchings and monoprints
Day 3: Exploring new techniques and creating A/P editions

An Artist and Printmaker for 30 years, Chilean-born Salamé’s work was most recently on view at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore.

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