Adult (age 16+), In Person, Sybil Archibald, Yard School of Art, Workshops, Printmaking

Gel Plate Monotype Printmaking (Waitlist)

12:00 pm
3:30 pm

Monotype Printing using a Gel plate is an economical, immediate, and playful type of printmaking that you can print by hand with results that can be described as a printed painting. In this workshop, students will explore additive and reductive techniques to develop an image and establish an understanding of the properties of ink, paper, and pressure to create a broad range of aesthetic possibilities. Students will be asked to bring a Gel plate of their choice to class, all other materials will be provided.


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Sybil Archibald

Sybil Archibald holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in medieval spirituality from New York University and trained extensively in traditional sacred arts including Russian Icon painting at the School of Sacred Arts in Manhattan. Her artistic practice builds on the foundational knowledge, learned from sacred art traditions, that creation is a spiritual act. Archibald’s artwork is a record of the deep spiritual changes caused by confronting long-term illness. She believes that change for the good is possible in every life. This view informs her life and work. Archibald’s art has been shown nationally and internationally in museums, galleries and universities including the Montclair Art Museum, Monmouth University, and Rutgers University. She currently works out of her light-filled studio, surrounded by her family, two dogs and 12 koi, in South Orange, New Jersey.