Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2
  • Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2
  • Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2
  • Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2
  • Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2
  • Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2

Gel Plate Printing Inspired by Nature - ONLINE Oct. 2

45.00 - 94.00
Create a set of stunning monoprint cards, using leaves gathered from the yard or houseplants! Found objects can also be incorporated. Learn and experiment with techniques, such as masking with leaves as well as creating subtle ghost impressions. We’ll construct a sewn booklet with one of the cards as covers. All levels welcome!

Saturday, October 2, 2-4 PM Pacific Time online via Zoom
Class + Materials: $94 per person
Class only: $45, See list of required materials to gather on your own below
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This class will be held via Zoom online. A link to the class will be sent to you 2-3 days before class.
Please register by Sept. 24 if you would like to receive a kit. If providing your own supplies, you can register up to Oct. 1.

The class kit you will receive includes:

- 4x5"gel plate (larger size plate can be cut down to size)

- brayer

- 12 qty A2 blank cards/envelopes

-  acrylic inks which come out of a tube (Kit contains 6 colors)

- large-eye needle

- embroidery floss or linen thread

 

Additional items to gather:

- scrap paper

- scissors

If you are purchasing supplies on your own, please gather/purchase the items listed above. 

 

About your instructor:

Elaine G. Chu has taught students of all ages in-person and online. Her work has been featured in "Greencraft" and "Somerset Studio" magazines as well as "1000 Artists’ Books." She co-authored "Wood Paper Scissors," a how-to crafts book. To view more art, go to EGChuHandcrafted.etsy.com and Instagram: @egchu1

What her students have said:  "Elaine is a fantastic instructor. Her instructions are clear and easy to follow. Her demonstrations were wonderful. She is encouraging."