- June 26-28, 2013
- 9 a.m. to noon
- Ages 7-10
- Class limit: 10 students
- Pre-registration required by May 31, 2013
- HFMA Members: $54; Non-members: $60
Don your aprons, flex your fingers, and join us to learn the fascinating art of printmaking with a printmaking press. Over three mornings, students will create watercolor monotypes, drypoint-type prints and a final relief printing project. We will visit the Print Study Center at Hallie Ford Museum of Art and finish off with a mini show of all our work. This is a workshop you won't want to miss. Students should bring an apron or a large old shirt or T-shirt to wear over their clothes.
Instructor: Sonia Allen
Artist Sonia Allen has taught locally since 1999, and has traveled overseas to teach art in Brazil and Turkey. In addition to facilitating Family Art Days and Docent Workshops at Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Sonia teaches for the Salem Art Association Artist in the Schools program and the Salem-Keizer Talented and Gifted Enrichment program. Sonia teaches group and private art instruction and loves printmaking, watercolor, and sketchbook art journaling. Her volunteer work finds her leading art activities at Love Reins Ranch, a local non-profit equine therapy ranch for people with special needs.