Sat, Feb 19|
Print, Paint and Draw via Monoprints
Explore the concept of negative space, combined with the spontaneity and control of the drawing process to create unique monoprints
Date + Time
Feb 19, 2022, 10:00 AM – Feb 20, 2022, 4:00 PM
Cleveland, 1754 E 47th St, Cleveland, OH 44103, USA
Day one we will explore the concept of negative space or figure/ground design with multiple, scratchboard design techniques that result in a final scratchboard composition. Day two of the workshop will allow participants to employ the spontaneity and control of the drawing process with the dynamic color and texture painting offered through the monotype process. Participants will have completed one scratchboard as well as several monoprints during this workshop and will leave with the knowledge and experience to make more.
Cliff Novak is a graduate of Berea High School and Cleveland State University. He attended classes at The Cleveland Institute of Art and received his Master's Degree in Fine Art from Cleveland State University. Upon graduation from college, he was employed at Kirtland Local School district teaching Visual Art, Media Production, and Humanities until 2011. He has also been employed at The Cleveland Museum of Art where he continues to teach both teen and adult art classes and give guided tours of the museum's art collection. His teaching duties for the museum also had him teaching as an outreach artist/teacher at numerous sites around Cleveland via the Studio Go Program for the last five years.
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