Printmaking in the 21st Century: A Non-Toxic Approach
This class is now eligible for per diem registration. Call the registrar to sign up. 561-832-1776
Please note: Class prices per diem include a 10% increase in the daily tuition, applied at check out.
This course will teach you how to transfer your drawings, paintings, photocopies, or computer images onto a Solarplate (TM) and print with waterbased inks. The process will keep students experimenting and discovering new ways to create, integrate, layer and color prints.
Masks must be worn at all times on campus and during classes; temperature checks are required before entering class/open studio.
All students must read and sign the health policy & waiver to attend Session 2 on-campus classes.
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Tuesday, Evening 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Class Duration, Oct 27, 2020 - Dec 15, 2020
Instructor: Mark Cohen
Class ID: 20F2-PRMC.2c
Mark Cohen is an award-winning graphic designer, marketing communications executive, teacher, painter, and printmaker. His subject matter utilizes contemporary and past iconic figures from all walks of life, including politics, popular culture, entertainment, and war and peace. Most of his paintings are strikingly large scale, monochromatic works. They have energy, impact, and size. They exhibit a sparse and concise pictorial composition that combines abstract expressionism and pop art in their execution. In these works, viewers can investigate issues of anti-Semitism, genocide, and bigotry. By using art to examine these issues, he hopes to remind viewers that we live in a world of continuing hateful biases that result in senseless killings around the world and that we should end hatred and promote understanding toward all people.