Mokulito is an alternative printmaking process researched by master printmaker Ewa Budka based on the principles of lithography. In this alternative technique, the traditional Bavarian limestone is replaced with a plate of plywood, allowing a blend of purely lithographic characters and sharp woodcut marks. This method’s use of plywood is an economical and ecological benefit for any printmaker. Without the use of acids or harsh solvents, the Mokulito process is ideal for beginners and practiced printmakers from all backgrounds. Attendees will use inks, sharpies and lithographic crayons to work on plywood plates to create a multicolored print. The materials fee includes the plywood and basic compositional materials.
Saturdays & Sundays, 10:30 am – 4:30 pmApril 30 & May 1, May 7 & 8 (2 weeks, 4 sessions)
Limited to 6 students
Course fee includes $45 for materials