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Monoprint – Tara Sabharwal
August 7 - August 11| $750
Tuition: $750 ($700 members)
Lab fee: $70
Class limit: 6
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Explore monoprinting by building up a colorful, painterly surface on plexiglass with oil- or water-based inks. We will draw with brushes and brayers and work reductively with a variety of ink viscosities, transparencies, and opacities. Students will be able to develop their prints by building richly layered surfaces over several press runs. You’ll learn how to combine stencils, chine collé, and textured fabrics and materials in the printing process. Pre-existing substrates (such as etchings or collagraph plates) can also be used to produce new variations. This is a great way to loosen up, work rapidly and intuitively and develop a new vocabulary informing your ongoing artistic practice. This class is open to students of all experience levels.
This class is currently filled. Please call (845) 658-9133 to inquire about the class wait list.
Tara is a deeply knowledgeable printmaker. Last fall we observed not only her facility making plates, but also her uncanny color mixing and layering abilities as she made monoprints to combine with intaglio prints.
Tara Sabharwal was born in India, studied painting at Baroda, and completed her Masters from the Royal College of Art in London. Since 1990 Tara has lived between India, the UK and NY, making paintings and prints and regularly exhibiting her work. She has been awarded the Henry Street fellowship, International Cultural Collaborations grant, Cooper Union residency, International Exchange Residency in Japan, Conversazioni Residency in Italy, WSW Workspace Residency, CALL (Creating A Living Legacy) Joan Mitchell grant and Gottlieb award. She has taught art at the Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Union, Studio in a School, City University (CUNY) and the Rubin Museum of Art. Her work is in the collection of the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, DLI Museum in the UK, and in the New York Public Library, Peabody Essex Museum, and the Library of Congress.