Layering techniques in Monotype with Ilse Reimnitz PR1017IR

  • Saturday, October 14, 2017
  • 10:00 AM
  • Sunday, October 15, 2017
  • 4:00 PM
  • BARN, 8890 Three Tree Lane NE, Bainbridge Island, WA
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Vashon Island artist Ilse Reimnitz along with her fellow artist and assistant, Brian Fisher, will share their monotype printmaking expertise in this two day workshop.

The workshop will cover a variety of techniques employed in the creation of a monotype print. It will include direct printing, printing with stencils, and multiple layering with textures. The combination of these simple techniques result in unique and rich creations.

Details
-Materials fee: A materials fee of $15 is payable in class. Additional paper will be available to purchase at $5 a sheet.
-This class is suitable for both beginning and experienced students.

About the Artist
A talented artist with an interesting past, Ilse has spent the last 30 years in her Vashon Island studio devoting her time to her art practice as well as leading watercolor and monotype printmaking workshops. Born and educated in Germany, Ilse emigrated to Alaska in 1963 where she raised a family and where she went commercial salmon fishing with her husband.

Ilse’s artwork has been exhibited nationally and regionally, including the Fry Art Museum and Bellevue Art Museum. Ilse has received numerous awards and is a signature Member of the Northwest Watercolor Society (NWWS) and the Women Painters of Washington (WPW). She recently received the “Excellence in Figurative Art “ award from the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) in New York City.

"My work is primarily in watercolor and monotype printmaking, sometimes a unique combination of the two mediums.

My approach in each of these mediums relies upon the subtle building of texture and imagery through the layering of pigment. My experience as a watercolor painter makes me appreciate the process of monotype for its immediacy and flexibility.

This layered approach has also led me to a deeper view of my creative vision. I want to convey a sense of wholeness and unity in my work. I hope that my imagery crosses cultural divides, might even span time, and unites the human spirit with the natural environment."
Ilse Reimnitz


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