Mono Transfer Technique Workshop Tutor: Kate Zizys
A print transfer process that uses graphic elements of colour and line to create unique state drawings from ready-made source material. This technique was made popular by English Superstar artist Tracy Emin in the 1990’s; it’s easy and once you know how to apply it you can make beautiful multicoloured ink based transfer drawings onto any soft medium including paper and fabric.
This technique does not require the use of heavy press machinery and is easy to master. You don’t need any technical drafting skills to create dynamic illustrations and designs using this method and it can be applied to figure drawing, landscape and abstract works.
Using high quality, heavily pigmented printing ink you will create a palette and apply a thin resist of talc to the surface. The transfer technique requires a steady hand and an eye for colour and design. It’s easy and enjoyable to make interesting, artistic drawings this way please join us at Gecko Studio Gallery for a demonstration and workshop.
Saturday 4th March at 9.30 – 4pm. Cost is $150. To book, phone Gecko Studio Gallery on 5683 2481 Thur to Mon, fill in the form on the Gecko website or email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into the gallery. Please note – Prepayment is required 1 week prior to the workshop, and can be made to Gecko Studio Gallery – in person, by phone or paid into Gecko Studio Gallery’s bank account. If paying by this method, please call Gecko for bank account details. Use your name and MONO as the reference.
Book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited. Workshop held at Gecko Studio Gallery (studio space at the back of Gecko), 15 Falls Rd Fish Creek. Bring your own lunch, tea & coffee provided. Parking in the street (Ryan St) behind Gecko.