Reductive screenprinting is a method of printing multiple colors using one screen. In this process, each color is attained by printing one color and then blocking successive portions of the screen using screen filler. With each successive session of inking, the screen filler is used to block out more and more of the screen until all the details of the image emerge.
Students will learn how to use drawing fluid and screen filler to draw their images directly on the screen. They will learn how to map out their color succession and how to register each layer. The final sessions of class will focus on students printing their images.
Tuesdays & Thursdays
5 - 6:30 pm
April 6 - 22 (6 sessions)
Student Limit: 10
Skill level: beginner to advanced students welcome