Monotype Printmaking –Yuji Hiratsuka
Monotypes are one-of-a-kind printed images created on metal plates or on plastic sheets utilizing the techniques of painting and drawing. The process of making a monotype print utilizes some of the best qualities of these media. Students will explore watercolor painting, Akua-Kolor ink and Caran d’Ache crayon drawing. This workshop is open to artists who are just beginning and to those who are more experienced.
Class Material Fee:$30.
Class Material Fee:$30.
CLASS SUPPLY L IST
Instructor will supply:
- set of Caran d’Ache crayons
- Akua-Kolor Inks
- gum arabic
- cheese cloth
- printmaking rag papers (BFK)
Students need to bring:
- basic drawing materials
- a set of watercolors
- watercolor brushes.
REGISTRATION STARTS APRIL 1, 2018
Five easy steps to registration:
1. Select one week long class, lodging, and meals below.
2. Add to your shopping cart and check out.
3. After payment you will be sent an email confirmation.
4. In the confirmation email is a link to a registration form.
5. You must complete registration form to finish your transaction.
TWO WEEK PARTICIPANTS: If you are taking BOTH one week workshops, please click the button below to see more options and requirements for two week participants.
Monotype – Yuji Hiratsuka (Bunk)
Includes TUITION, lodging in a bunk room, meals, and class material fee (if applicable.)
Note: bring your own linens or order linens for an extra $11 by clicking on "linens" and adding them to your cart.
Monotype – Yuji Hiratsuka (Scholarship Applicant)
Scholarship applicants must pay Room, Board & Class Material Fee, and fill out application when selecting this option. If awarded student's tuition will be covered by the scholarship. If not awarded, students can choose to pay for tuition or be refunded. Bunk rooms are the only lodging available for scholarship awardees. Please bring your own bedding or add "linens" to your cart to have them provided for you.
Yuji Hiratsuka was born in Osaka, Japan. He has a B.S. in Art Education from Tokyo Gakugei University, and degrees in printmaking from New Mexico State University (MA) and Indiana University (MFA). He currently is a professor of printmaking at Oregon State University.
Some of the public collections that include Hiratsuka’s art are The British Museum, Tokyo Central Museum, Panstwowe Museum in Poland; The House of Humor and Satire in Bulgaria, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cleveland Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, New York Public Library, The Library of Congress and The Smithsonian’s Museum of Asian Art.
Linens are included in all lodging EXCEPT for bunks. You can bring your own bedding or add this item to your cart to have Menucha provide you with pillow, blanket, sheets, and towels. 2 week campers must add 2 "linens" to cart to cover the cost of both weeks.