After a 32-year journey as a music educator, I've opened a small studio space in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in their local arts hub, the Adams County Arts Council facility. I'm working with and sharing the unique techniques known as clay monoprint printing, as well as teaching the process and selling both these clay prints and locally-themed photographs.
Hours are as requested by contacting Andy via email (email@example.com) or calling 717-451-4181. In addition, open studios for visitors are held on most First Fridays from 5-7:30 PM.
Clay monoprints are genuinely unique works (thus "mono") originated by Pennsylvania's own Mitch Lyons, who was the master of the technique, but fortunately was generous in sharing the possibilities with students that crossed his path. You can read more about Mitch and his process at these links.
Be a part of this artistic community by visiting the studio or contacting me. What can we do together?
• Browse a growing collection of clay monoprints and photographic works in numerous styles, sizes, themes, and color palettes.
• Discuss commissioning clay monoprint works. When decorating our homes and offices, for the same price as generic big-box store art, we can create a work that works perfectly for you. Base your artwork on a word, phrase, idea, or color schemes.
$60.00 - approximately 15x20
$75.00 - approximately 18x34
Want to discuss other ideas? Contact me!
• Tour the studio, learn about the process of making clay monoprints, and make your own unique print. These sessions combine learning about a new cultural form with a relaxed, fun atmosphere. Everyone leaves with their own monoprint!
1 person - $35.00
2 or 3 people - $30 per person
4 to 6 people - $25 per person (Work in pairs, but each leaves with a unique print.)
Perfect for families, friends, homeschool (grades 7 and up) projects, work team activities, etc.
Want to know more? Sure, you do! Contact me with questions or ideas.
Adams County Arts Council
125 South Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Photos on this page courtesy of Hannah Smith.