Monoprinting

July 8, 2022

Schedule: 8:30-10:30 am Fri

Instructor: Jo Ellen & David Wollangk

Registration Deadline: Registration Extended to July 6

Purchase one Woodlanders Day Fee for each day you plan to participate in the Woodlanders Gathering.

Description

Monoprinting is a type of printmaking where the intent is to make unique prints that explore an image serially. This means you will etch a plate and can print with the plate many times and change the colors and areas of emphasis each time creating several unique prints. We will be using a product called “Clear Carve” to etch a plate and to use inks to create several images from the same plate. We will provide three small 2″ x 3″ plates, the carving tool, and inks and paper to print on. You will get to keep the tool.

Class size 15

Student Supply List
Feel free to bring small image, no larger than 2″ x 3″, of something you would like to create. I will also have some images on hand.

  • Materials Fee $5

Instructor

Photo of David and JoEllen Wollangk

David and JoEllen Wollangk

"As life-long crafters and artists, we try everything. We have done workshops on both Viking Knitting and Fold Forming numerous times. We like helping others learn the basic techniques and provide a creative outlet." Workshops Simplified Locket for Pendant or Ornament Copper Leaf Fold Form Leaf Earrings Bottle Cap Fish SculptureRead More

“As life-long crafters and artists, we try everything. We have done workshops on both Viking Knitting and Fold Forming numerous times. We like helping others learn the basic techniques and provide a creative outlet.”

Workshops

Simplified Locket for Pendant or Ornament

Copper Leaf Fold Form Leaf Earrings

Bottle Cap Fish Sculpture

Registration Policies & Waiting Lists

Class Confirmation
You will receive a registration confirmation via email. If you do not have an email address, you will receive a snail-mail confirmation.

Please read your class confirmation carefully as it may include a supply list and other important details, and note our current COVID-19 protocols on our Planning Your Workshop Experience page.

Materials Fees
Many classes have materials fees in addition to the tuition. These are identified in the class listing and are usually paid with the tuition payment, however in some cases materials fees are paid directly to the instructor at class time (check the class listing).

Cancellation Policy
While we recognize that life intrudes and plans change, in consideration of the time and energy instructors invest in preparing for classes, we must adhere to the following cancellation policies:

Student cancellations

> Cancellations made 31 days before the published registration deadline date for any given workshop are eligible for a full refund less 25% of the workshop fee OR a gift certificate in the full amount of the workshop fee. The gift certificate can be applied to workshops or lodging through Dec. 31 of the following year and is transferable.

> Cancellations made 30 days or less than the published registration deadline date for any given workshop are not eligible for refunds. We encourage all students to purchase trip insurance.

> Cancellation requests must be made by calling our office at (608) 987-3292.

> If you have booked lodging with Shake Rag Alley in conjunction with your class, please refer to our lodging page for the lodging cancellation policy.

Cancellations by Shake Rag Alley

> If Shake Rag Alley must cancel a class you will be notified immediately via email or phone and will receive a full refund.

> If a class does not meet a minimum number of students, it may be cancelled. A decision to cancel a class due to under enrollment will be made on the day following the published registration deadline.

> If you have booked lodging with Shake Rag Alley in conjunction with a class cancelled by Shake Rag Alley, you may receive a full refund on lodging should you wish to cancel the lodging. Please call the office at (608) 987-3292.

Waiting Lists

If a workshop you are interested in is sold out, please fill out this waiting list form. We will contact you if a spot becomes available. The class code requested on the form is the Workshop ID shown at left, beneath the Add to Cart button.

Woodlanders Friday

Did you remember to purchase your day fee?

Add the $115 Woodlanders Day Fee for Friday to your cart, then select as many Friday workshops as you wish, ensuring that your choices don’t overlap times. Materials fees listed at the end of each workshop description will be added to the shopping cart as you make your selections.

Day fees include: your choice of workshops, lunch, snacks, beverages, and evening activities. Thursday and Sunday registrants are welcome to attend evening events on Friday or Saturday.

Friday, July 8, Workshop Schedule:

7:30-8:30                 Registration check-in

8:30-11:30      B01     Leaf Stamp and Stitch Table Runner: Eva Thuli

8:30-11:30      B02     Nature’s Bounty: The Many Uses of Wild Plants: David Eagan

8:30-11:30      B03     Learn to Use a Pottery Wheel: Katie White & Joelle White

8:30-11:30      B04     Forging Leaf Hooks: Hal Aavang

8:30-10:30     B05    Monoprinting: David & JoEllen Wollangk

8:30-11:30     B06    Necktie Printed Scarves: Kathy Kitto

11:30-1:00                  Lunch on the Green

1:00-5:00      B07     Rustic Bathroom Ensemble: Jim Arendt

1:00-5:00      B08     Spirit of the Garden Willow Sculpture: Todd Kingery

1:00-5:00      B09    Forge a Calla Lilly: Hal Aavang

1:00-4:00      B10    Nature Imprints in Clay: Diana & Claire Johnston

1:00-5:00      B11    Faux Scrimshaw on Deer Bone: Jim Kostohrys

1:00-5:00      B12    Farmhouse Clock: Carole Spelić

5:00-6:30               Picnic on the Green

630-8:00               Friday Evening Fun Event

Workshop ID 22W189-B05 Catalogs ,