Talleen Hacikyan earned a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and Fine Arts Education from Université du Québec à Montréal. She was awarded First Prize at the Loto-Quebec Printmaking Competition and Pratt and Whitney Canada's Pierre Henry Prize for visual artists. Talleen has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in Canada and internationally. Her works are found in major private and public collections, such as Alcan, Domtar and The National Bank of Canada. She has taught printmaking in art institutions, printmaking studios and schools across Quebec since 1985. ln 2003, she taught woodcut printing to Inuit artists in Nunavik.
Through observation and practice, students will appreciate the unique qualities of printmaking. Creating an image on a plate, inking it and printing it onto paper produces a very different image than drawing or painting directly onto paper. In this workshop, students will explore texture, line, tonality, composition and superposition.
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The monoprint workshop can be adapted to many themes. Examples:
The print is a versatile medium that can be used creatively in different contexts. Examples:
The workshop requires various specialized materials at an approximate cost of $10 per group, as well as access to a sink in the classroom or nearby.
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