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August 17, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Wednesdays, August 17, 24; 6-10pm
Instructor: Carey Good
“Aquatint, if deeply bitten, looks like velvet when printed, but if lightly bitten it looks like watercolor.” –Crown Point Press
This two day intermediate class is for those with prior acid etching experience interested in various rosin-based techniques, which create full tonal range on copper plates. We will etch plates at varying depths through painterly and photographic approaches to step bite, spit bite, soap ground, and sugar lift. Each class day will be divided into half process demo and half studio time where the students can work with the instructor on specific projects.