Artists will work with hot wax to create their printmaking matrix and to enhance their print practice. The fluid nature of this collagraph method is appealing for its versatility and ease of manipulation. Wax is applied to a plexiglass substrate using gestural brushwork, then further carved and incised for textural effects. Found objects can be stamped and embedded, linear elements layered with hot tools, tape and stencils used for precise geometry and image definition. Plates will be printed with Akua soy-based inks used both as intaglio and relief. Additional explorations include multiple plate monotypes and chine collé applications.

ENCAUSTIC COLLAGRAPH

$290.00Price
  • Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
    March 12 & 13 (weekend intensive)

    Limited to 6 students
    Course fee includes $30 for materials

  • Dorothy Cochran is an accomplished printmaker who continues to push the boundaries of how to create works on paper. With long time experience as an artist, educator and curator, she has developed innovative ways to work and layer substrates, creating prints of luminous quality. She holds an MFA from Columbia University, currently teaches at The Montclair Art Museum and conducts workshops throughout the United States, including Maui, Hawaii, The International Encaustic Conference in Provincetown and Manhattan Graphics Center, NYC. Her works are represented in museums, corporate and private collections and exhibited widely.

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MANHATTAN GRAPHICS CENTER | 250 WEST 40 STREET, 5TH FLOOR | NEW YORK, NY 10018 | 212-219-8783

THANKS TO FRIENDS OF MGC

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs | The Scherman Foundation for its generous and continuing support | New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature | The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation | The Charles Locke Art Fund | The Jockey Hollow Foundation |  Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation | Friends and MGC members who have made donations to the Center

 

Our programs are supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.