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About The Class

Instructor: Dan Welden

Medium: Printmaking

Workshop Title: Hybrid Works, Solarplate and Monoprinting

Experiment with the new Solarplate in the printmaking process. Draw, paint, or work photographically and then re-work your images with gesso, Caran d'Ache crayons, matt medium, and other mixed media materials. The excitement of hybrid works on paper can yield many interpretations from a singular 16X20 inch Solarplate and can be used in combination with the monotype. Although the process may be new, for self-directed printmakers there will be a strong emphasis on developing a ‘series’ of ‘one of a kind’ works.  Artists may also feel free to bring their rejects or incomplete works, to be re-worked and given new life.  Some printmaking experience suggested.

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About The Instructor

Dan Welden is the original pioneer of alternative printmaking and Solarplate, and he is co-author of Printmaking in the Sun. He educates with a sense of environmental and spiritual awareness. Dan’s work has been shown in more than 80 international solo exhibitions and over 700 group exhibitions in the U.S., Europe, China, Japan, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand and Peru. He has taught at colleges in New York and Connecticut and in workshops around the world. In 2016 Dan received a Lifetime Achievement award from A/E Foundation, NY.

 

Cost

  • Application Fee: $50.00
  • Residents: $1,235.00
    (Tuition, Fees, Room & Board Tuesday dinner through Sunday lunch)
  • Commuters: $990.00
    (Tuition, Fees, Lunch and Dinner Tuesday dinner through Sunday lunch)

Workshop Full

 
He gets you to do things you didn’t think were possible. He manages to get things out of you that you can’t predict.
— Roy Nicholson, painter

Dan Welden

These photos are representative of the instructor’s work, not necessarily of work that will be produced during the workshop.

Inspiration is waiting.