Session 4: Rubber and Clear Stamp Printing
For non artists and artists who want to try something new in self-expression. Participants are invited to attend one or more sessions, registering for each month individually.
Each workshop of a 6-session online offering will introduce a form of media with myriad possibilities for its use along with techniques and methods for participants to complete one or two small projects. You can follow along with Anthony as he demonstrates online or you can observe and take notes to work on projects later.
Content ideas can come from photographs, still life arrangements in your home or print ideas from books and magazines.
Online workshops may be extended into future face-to-face workshops. If you join all 6 online sessions, you will have materials and ideas for forging ahead on your own path to creative expression!
Session 4, Tuesday, February 1:
Rubber and Clear Stamp Printing
Stamp and color a card front. Combine stamps to create a composition.
• Rubber or Clear Stamps – Your Choice (Michaels)
• Stamp Pad (permanent black or colored ink at Michaels) • Watercolor Paper
• Hand Sanitizer and old cloth
• Small Brush (#6, #8 or #10)
• Watercolor, watercolor pencils or water-based markers
Frequency: Every first Tuesday of the month
Time: 5:30 pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Meeting ID: The Zoom meeting ID will be emailed to confirmed registrations the day before the event.
Group Size: 4-12
Guest fee $5 plus tax
*Once payment is received should you need to cancel, any refund is subject to finding a replacement.
Anthony Latess is a retired teacher. Anthony’s curiosity, interest in technology, and love for arts and crafts are boundless. After joining one of FRIEDA’s first creative workshops, he offered to share his teaching experience as an instructor for FRIEDA’s papermaking, bookbinding, and watercolor painting workshops.
Anthony holds a Master of Education Degree from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania and was a K-12 art educator. He has certifications as a special-needs-teacher, an early childhood teacher, and a middle school computer specialist. He was an adjunct instructor at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts Professional Institute for Educators. Anthony also worked at Apple, Inc. as a creative specialist. In addition, Anthony creates artworks using photography and writes poetry inspired by personal experiences.
Anthony has participated in many community art projects and has created one-of-a-kind pieces at the FRIEDA Atelier.
We would like to remind you the following zoom etiquette:
- Please sign-in 2 to 3 minutes early. Late-shows are disruptive for the group and may not be able to join.
- As a mutual courtesy, we do ask that all participants have their camera on. No one will be allowed without their camera on.
- Be mindful of other participants.