Berlin, Germany
per person 65
  • Beginner
  • Women
  • 2 days
  • Deutsch, English
  • 40%


The graphical technique is often pejorative and monotype arrogantly dismissed as "kiddie" because their opportunities are ignored, but they secretly practiced by some renowned artists relish. Today we see in contemporary exhibitions such graphs is extremely rare, but in the Berggruen Collection in Stüler building some wonderful sheets of Paul Klee and others depend H. Matisse, C. Janssen and H. Rohlfs worked in this technique.

With the monotype (often mistakenly referred to as attrition) can only be original / unique items are made. It results from a one-time reproduction of a plate on which has been previously applied color. But even for this there are several ways to determine which are expressive and they want to be tried ... And just as there is a lot of fun on this sheet more layers of paint to create. . . Participants also learn about experimental creativity with the "secrets" of black and white, multicolored, templates and other monotypes with the various manifestations of Farb

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Druckgraphik-Atelier (Printmaking Studio), Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-Str. 3, 10407 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg,


1957 Born in Berlin

1974-93 teaching and working as a typesetter and printer

1984-89 student / pleinair at M. Hegewald, A. Niemann, W. Sailer, inter alia, work studio Graphics at W. liver

1988/89 Education etching at M. Kukutz /...

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