Warrnambool School OF Art presents-
Mono Prints with Water Colour with Ben Fennessy
Date Sunday 26th September 2021 10am -4pm
What you will learn
You will spend an enjoyable day learning how to create strong mono print images, with the delicacy of water colours. This low-tech, non-toxic process involves separating water colour paints onto individual acetate plates then reconstituting them as prints, using a press. The finished product is a delicate and evocative reinterpretation of the original image.
After practicing this multi-plate method, you will have an opportunity to experiment with your own images and try additional mark making that is not possible with traditional water colour painting.
What to bring
What is supplied
Ben Fennessy is a painter and printmaker. He began taking painting and drawing lessons at a young age from Bill Colemen (painter and printmaker from the George Bell School) and at sixteen, won a scholarship to the National Gallery Art School, where he studied painting and drawing in the 1960s, and did further studies at Victorian College of the Arts in the 1980s.
Ben has been a practising artist for over half a century, has exhibited widely and was a tertiary arts educator in Geelong for many years.
You can view some of Ben's work here-