Printmaking Workshops and Courses
Learn to create some interesting collagraphs and drypoints in these printmaking workshops
Print workshops are for adults of all levels.
The workshops are run over one day with a maximum of four students.
10.00 am till 6.00pm
£110.00 including materials*
*printmaking paper and plate
First Workshop 1 Collagraph and drypoint
Second Workshop 2 Metal plates drypoint
Third Workshop 3 Colour: Chine Colle & a la poupee
Printmaking workshops and courses use non acid techniques.
Non acid techniques.
Monoprint or Monotype. Artwork is directly produced onto metal or perspex using ink. Damp paper is laid over the image and passed through the press. This produces free flowing designs.
Drypoint. The drawing is scratched into the surface of the plate. A steel needle or diamond point is used. The delicate greys are characteristic of this method.
Collagraph. Above all one of the advantages of the collagraph is creating a plate. This may be cardboard or metal. To create a variety of textures glue fabric, paper, sand and sugar to the surface. Plates can also be cut and layers removed.
Lino. First of all a drawing is made onto the lino. Sections of the lino are cut out. A first colour is printed then these sections are removed therefore allowing multiple colours to be added.
Booking is essential. To reserve a place please go to the contact page.
Refreshments provided. Please bring a packed lunch.
See the future events page.