Mono-printing is a simple printmaking technique that involves rolling or drawing with ink onto a printing surface/plate and creating a mark in several ways. Each print is unique, and mono-printing allows for a certain amount of freedom and expression. Students will incorporate elements of nature using this printmaking process.
9 am – noon
Michael Weatherly is a contemporary printmaker living in Elbow Lake, Minnesota. He received his BA from the University of Minnesota Morris in Art History with a minor in Studio Art and an emphasis in printmaking. During college Michael discovered mono‐printing and currently incorporates this printmaking technique with manipulated digital images in his art. Michael has been the recipient of several artist grants including the McKnight Foundation Artist Grant, Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Grants and Individual Artist Grants from the Lake Regions Arts Council.
What to Wear and Bring to Camp –
Dress to get messy – some art materials may stain. The Phipps is not responsible for clothing that is damaged in art classes. Prepare to be outside and to walk. Dress appropriately, wear a hat, comfortable shoes, and wear and bring sun protection. Bring a nut-free snack to all classes that run two hours or longer. Bring a filled water bottle as water fountains are not available. Class will be held primarily outdoors and in Lakefront Park. If it rains class will be held under tents or moved inside.
We also will be following Covid Protocols similar to Hudson School District.
▪ Face Masks covering mouth and nose are required indoors at all times (unless eating).
▪ Face Masks are required outdoors unless individuals are able to physically distance 6 feet or more.
▪ Students are seated 6 feet apart whenever feasible.
▪ No sharing of supplies/materials.
▪ If there is equipment that needs to be shared, it is disinfected between uses.
▪ Students wash or use hand sanitizer on their hands at beginning of class and when leaving class.