November 2018 Monthly Meeting – Carolyn Letvin Monotypes

Oil Monotypes, or
How a Painter Can Become a Printmaker Fast and Easy!

This demonstration will cover a basic printmaking process for painters, using oil paint, although the same technique can be used with acrylic paint. Using your current oil painting supplies and some simple tools, you can create beautiful, unique prints. It can easily be taken into the field for plein air monotyping. You will get the opportunity to experience applying paint to the plexiglass matrix and making a print at the end of the demonstration.

Our November 2018 monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 20th from 6:30-9pm.

BVAA Alternatives Uxbridge Community Gallery
5 South Main Street
Uxbridge, MA

This meeting and workshop is free and open to the public. No experience is necessary. The fun of our workshops is that we all try new things we’ve never done before.

Our meetings cover BVAA organization business from 6:30-7:00pm and then go into the workshop part of the evening. Feel free to come for whichever half interests you the most.

All are welcome – this workshop is open to members and non-members. Feel free to bring along a friend! We’d love to see you there to try some new things and explore your creativity!

Ask with any questions!

Our meetings are supported in part by grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.


Carolyn Letvin, Painter


Carolyn Letvin is a resident of Plainville, Massachusetts. She has exhibited in the New England area since 1990. She is an accomplished landscape painter and also creates stylized feline and farm animal imagery. She works on-site, from photographs and memory.

She has won many awards through the years, including the Top Award at the 18th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show, an Honorary Mention/Sakura Award from the United Pastelists of America/Oil Pastel Association in 2001, and a second place in the 2014 Blanche Ames National Juried Exhibition. Her most recent award is from Concord Art’s 2017 Members Juried 2 Exhibition where she received the prestigious Nancy T. Baldwin Drawing Award. Currently, her work can be seen at Galatea Fine Art in Boston, MA, Lauren Clark Fine Art in Great Barrington, MA, Hudson Art & Framing in Hudson, MA, and Gallery Wright in Wilmington, VT. She is the new board president of the Monotype Guild of New England.

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