SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th FROM 10.30 AM
to 3.30 PM A 5 HOUR MONOPRINT WORKSHOP
Toronto artist Noreen Mallory accidentally discovered MONOPRINTING 25 years ago while learning lithography. She soon realized that, while THE MONOPRINT was definitely fascinating in its process on a press and what it produced, the experience surprisingly enriched her practice of drawing and painting.
MONOPRINTING IS EMPOWERING
Eager to share empowerment she developed ways of
MONOPRINTING WITHOUT A PRESS during the many years of teaching drawing and
painting at the Saidye Bronfman Center School of Fine Art in Montreal and in
her own studio. Anyone can MONOPRINT on their own when they know how.
We have all loved working with the process, what
it produces and what we have learned from it. All art making will benefit from
the MONOPRINT experience.
It is truly
To find out more about Noreen, please refer to
This course is $125 + HST. Please sign up for
this course at GAS.
In person- debit, cash, visa, m/c
Or slip a cheque under the door!!
Basic materials available in class include some
12’ X 12’ sheets of high quality printing paper, more may be purchased during
the class at a reasonable fee, water based printing inks, brushes, scrapers,
pallets, acrylic paint, acrylic medium for glue, some various standard tools
such as scissors, exacto knives, erasers and jars, rags, paper towels as well
as some crayons, pencils etc.
PLEASE BRING 2 or 3 small jars of water, rags,
scissors, crayons, pastels, and/or watercolours,
We're pleased to be open again to the public. The floors in the south gallery are complete and, while we won't claim them as art, they are lovely to behold.
Bangladesh Art Society Opening
We hope neighbours, patrons and friends will join us this Saturday evening, September 8, from 6 - 9 for the opening reception of the Bangladesh Art Society of North America's 2nd Annual Exhibition of Paintings.
Sixteen artists present vibrant works that project the current trend of Bangladeshi fine arts outside of the country. Among the participating artists a number, such as Iftikhar Uddin Ahmed, Nilutpal Debnath and and Babul Mahmood are well regarded in Bangladesh. The show runs to September 16.