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Monotype Printmaking Workshop with Allison Belolan

May 7 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

$60.00 – $75.00

Join us on May 7 at 6:30pm at Yellow Studio for a night of creativity, exploration, and self-expression through the art of monotype printmaking.

Step into the captivating world of monotype printmaking at Yellow Studio on the evening of May 7. In this beginner-friendly workshop, artist and printmaker Allison Belolan will introduce you to the enchanting process of creating unique, painterly prints using water based inks on plexi plates.

No prior experience is necessary – all you need is a curious mind and a willingness to experiment. Embrace the spontaneity and unpredictability of the monotype process as you layer colors, create textures, and watch your designs come to life on paper.

Under Allison’s expert guidance, you’ll learn the fundamentals of monotype techniques, from ink application to hand-printing and using a portable pin press. Discover the versatility of water based inks and plexi plates as you create strikingly original works of art.

As you immerse yourself in the creative process, you’ll find that monotype printmaking is not just a means of artistic expression, but also a meditative and mindful practice. Each print becomes a reflection of your unique vision and the serendipitous interplay between ink, plate, and paper.


At the end of the workshop, you’ll take home two of your own plexi plates and several one-of-a-kind monotypes.

This paid workshop is open to all women and non-binary 18+ members of our community interested in learning about the monotype process.

Limited to 12 participants.

Materials provided:

8 x 10 plexi plate

11 x 14 plexi plate

Akua Inks



printmaking paper


To bring (optional):

favorite brushes or mark-making tools

water based printmaking ink (if you already have it)

paper – any special papers you would like to try printing on

About Allison Belolan

Allison draws inspiration from observing her environment and intuitively experimenting with repurposed and handcrafted materials for her signature mixed-media abstract landscapes. Her latest artwork features the addition of printmaking processes such as woodcut and intaglio techniques integrated into these mixed media works. Her work appears in art fairs and galleries throughout the United States, including The Bruce Museum Fine Arts Fair where she won an award for artistic excellence.  Allison studied Printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design and graduated in 2001, then worked as a jewelry designer until returning to school in 2009. At the School of Visual Arts, she earned a Master of Arts in Teaching Art Education and taught art in New York public schools until 2019.  Allison lives and works from her home studio in Mamaroneck, New York.


May 7
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$60.00 – $75.00


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