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3 Day Monoprint Workshop in
My San Miguel de Allende Studio

November 17-19, 2021, 9am - to 2pm

Let your creativity flow in unexpected directions with master printer Glen Rogers!  

For Beginner to Advanced. Whether you are an artist interested in pursuing another medium (painter, sculptor, etc.) or a beginner ready for a creative experience,
this monotype workshop is for you.

Monotype printing is an easily accessible medium for all levels and  encourages playfulness and exploration of ideas.  After demonstrations in a range of techniques, individual attention is given to each artist to pull professional quality prints. 

3 Day Workshop: $320usd.  
Includes all inks and materials.

Monday Night Studio Sessions: Artists who have attended my workshops can continue to print at my Open Studio sessions. 400ps/$20usd if you sign up for 4 Monday evenings. $500ps drop-in.

Studio address:
28 de Abril norte #56, Colonia San Antonio


I was fortunate enough to be in Glen’s inaugural Monotype Workshop in San Miguel de Allende during the winter of 2018.  Her new 3rd floor studio was the perfect place to get lost in another world with like minded artists.  Being a technically oriented individual, I was very impressed with how each day began with demonstrations of various plate making techniques following which we had plenty of time to get our hands dirty in our own creative endeavours.  Having witnessed Glen’s own love and appreciation of ancient symbols I now find myself looking at the world around me in a newer, more fascinating way.

Reg van Drecht

"What a huge pleasure to receive such complete information with enthusiasm from a working artist and teacher.

I highly recommend Glen’s monotype etching workshops to any level of artist interested in investigating to another media.”

Billie Houtmann

"Glen's introductory demos and instructions were exactly the right amount of information.  She was consistently available for feedback and problem solving, but left us plenty creative latitude. In addition to the peaceful, serene working space, her house and gallery provided non-stop inspiration."

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