Drypoint Etching

Class time: Saturdays for 5 weeks: June 10 – July 15 (skip July 1), 10 AM – 1 PM

This five-week session will be based around drypoint etching, a method of intaglio printmaking. Drypoint is a technique that creates a line-based image by using sharp tools to scratch into the surface of copper or plexiglass. Participants of this class will learn about the history of drypoint, various mark making techniques, and will learn how to think and print in layers. This is perfect for anyone interested in drawing. Advanced students will be encouraged to work at their own pace.

Due to low enrollment, this class was cancelled.
If you are interested in this class being offered again, please let us know by contacting the education department at jwolberg@plainsart.org

Amanda Heidt
Class Fee:
$112 for museum members
$140 for non-members

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