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Native Botanical Printing - July 2022

  • 11 Jul 2022
  • 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • ArtWaves Kaleidoscope Studio
  • 12


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Native Botanical Printing - July 2022

Delve a little further into the possibilities of gelatin monoprinting on a variety of papers.  The gelatin plates pick up the intricacy of the plants and our Akua inks are vibrantly colored. Take home your own unique printed postcards, tags, booklets, in addition to matting your favorite piece to frame. 

Monday July 11th, 2022, from 3:30pm to 6:00pm

$50 ($40 for members)

We supply it all *and the results are stunning*

Ages 5 and up. Great for families!

Masks, vax'd (over 5), and distancing for staff and participant safety.


About the instructor: Liz My paintings are inspired by a spark, something that wows me or quietly invites me to linger. I love capturing what transports me to being right there, to share and return to spectacular moments.

Liz is a founder (2013) of ArtWaves, where she continues her practice through figure drawing, teaching, workshops, conversational critiques and working in her personal studio at the Bar Harbor Municipal building. Her artwork is expressed in a variety of media primarily oil painting, including glass, fiber and printmaking. She graduated with a Painting from Swain School of Design including a year at Worcester Art Museum School and Boston Museum of Fine Arts and recently a Masters from Heartwood College of Art. Liz is a member of the American Society of Marine Artists​, Fiber Arts Network and Maine Crafts Association. Liz is currently the Executive Director of ArtWaves and enjoys her studio time with students.

If you need to cancel your registration, please contact Your account will then reflect a credit that may be used toward future classes.

If you already have a credit and would like to apply it to this class, please contact before registering!

Your tax-deductible donations help support ArtWaves, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Our mission is to make art accessible to the Mount Desert Island and surrounding communities.
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