Classes with Judy Just

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Monotype: Basics & More

Monotype: Images & Abstraction

Monotype:Color & Techniques

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imagePlunge into Monotype!  Broaden your artistic horizons with printmaking. Monotype offers a unique opportunity to explore new ways of making images with Akua intaglio inks that are nontoxic and easy water clean up. Judy will demonstrate how to work with the inks and the tools suited for use with this ink.

 

You will experiment with basic techniques including ink mixing, rollout, additive/reductive, stencils, working with the “ghost” image, trace monotype, mark making, layering of color and much more. Judy will demonstrate all of these techniques.  This class welcomes artists new to printmaking and Akua Inks as well as experienced printmakers. This way of working is appropriate for realism and abstract imagery.

MONOTYPE: BASICS & MORE CLASS

imageThursdays, Nov 1 - Dec 13, 2018 (no class Nov 22)

9:30am-12:30pm

All skill levels

 Non-Toxic, Akua ink printmaking

$175m/$205nm

$20 Materials Fee

 

SUPPLY LIST

This class will cover the following techniques: Additive reductive, rollout, tools, layering,stencils, stamps, ghost prints.

 

The $20 Materials fee will cover tools, plate, inks, all you will need to print. Basic paper will be furnished for the first class. Other papers will be discussed in the first class.

Class: November 1-December 13, 2018 (no class Nov 22) 

Cost: $175m/$205nm

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MONOTYPE: IMAGES & ABSTRACTION CLASS

imageThursdays, Jan 10 - Feb 21, 2019 (no class Feb 7)

9:30am-12:30pm

All skill levels

Non-Toxic, Akua ink printmaking

$175m/$205nm

$20 Materials Fee

 

SUPPLY LIST

This class will cover the following techniques: Layering,
color mixing, markmaking, chine colle, multiple prints, trace.

 

The $20 Materials fee will cover tools, plate, inks, all you will need to print. Basic paper will be furnished for the first class. Other papers will be discussed in the first class.

 

Class: Jan 10 - Feb 21, 2019 (no class Feb 7) 

Cost: $175m/$205nm

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MONOTYPE: COLOR & TECHNIQUES CLASS

imageThursdays, February 28 - April 4, 2019

9:30am-12:30pm

All skill levels

Non-Toxic, Akua ink printmaking

$175m/$205nm

$20 Materials Fee

 

SUPPLY LIST

This class will cover the following techniques:Extended Palette, modifiers, exploring white, cohesive prints.

The $20 Materials fee will cover tools, plate, inks, all you will need to print. Basic paper will be furnished for the first class. Other papers will be discussed in the first class.

Class: February 28 - April 4, 2019 

Cost: $175m/$205nm

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 About the Artist:

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Judy Just is an experienced printmaker, having worked with Akua since its inception after developing chemical sensitivity issues.  She is also a painter and bookmaker, including many of her prints into books.

Her BFA is from Washington University with subsequent studies in Greece and Mexico.  Many exhibits and collections in the US and Europe feature her work. 
Judy has taught workshops and classes using non-toxic waterbased media, in the Southwest, California, and Florida for many years.  The workshops and classes offer an easy and relaxed atmosphere for beginning and experienced artist to explore creativity. 
Her art is well known for its exuberant colors and energy.  Her imagery is drawn from her local, moving toward the abstract.  She uses painting, printmaking, bookarts, and encaustic to explore her artistic vision.  To see her work please visit www.judyjust.com

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