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Solar Etching & Monoprint Workshop with Soledad Salame

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Solar Etching & Monoprint Workshop

Soledad Salame, Baltimore artist with 30 years of printmaking experience, will be offering a workshop in her Reservoir Hill studio on Solar Etching and Monoprint. This course outlines beginning techniques and methods for those who are just learning Solar Etching, but is also useful for those who already have Solar Etching experience and wish to expand on their knowledge. Solar Etching is a new medium which uses a plate coated with a light-sensitive emulsion to create an image for creating multiples. Please sign up soon as space is limited.

Dates: October 9, 10, & 11th
Price: $550

Price includes all studio supplies and two solar etching plates, excludes paper

To sign up for these contact 410-462-5365 or email [email protected]
To see more of Salame’s work visit www.soledadsalame.com

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