The workshop will be held at Crafts By You, our gift and craft shop in Plymouth city centre. You will have a chance to create some wonderful items, surrounded by exquisite locally produced hand-made gifts to give you inspiration.
During this workshop you will have a chance to use the monoprinting technique to make occasion cards or simply print on plain paper!
Monoprint is a form of print making that can be done using collage...
Fancy getting creative with printmaking?
This 10 week course will introduce you, in a friendly and relaxed way, to a variety of painterly printmaking techniques including monotypes, drypoint, collagraphs and chine-collee. We will use everyday or recycled materials and less toxic inks create beautiful images printed using an etching press. It is suitable for complete beginners or those with some experience.
Small groups of 6-8 people to ensure individual attention. Barn Studios is set in...
Two hours of printmaking when you want it! You'll be using Linden Print Studio's specialist facilities including the gorgeous 26 x 48" Rochat etching press with experienced tutor and art teacher Vega Brennan.
Just contact us to check availability.
Pop-up Print Sessions include...
Drawing from nature
Making handmade paper
Using acrylic paint
And many more...
Print making taster workshops, create beautiful hand printed greeting cards with the print maker Rahima Kenner.
All levels including complete beginners!
Drypoint: A line and texture technique - using the intaglio press. A design is inscribed directly into a plastic printing plate then inked up, wiped and printed onto dampened paper. There might be time to make a greeting card or two, sometimes with the addition of collaged coloured paper (chine colle).
Monoprint - a...
Learn about a range of print processes including linocuts, Collographs, monoprints and drypoint. Develop your ideas though guided projects. All abilities welcome.
Who is this course for
Mixed-ability adult learners who have had some previous printmaking experience.
- Printmakers who want to use an etching-press will be able to make use of the facilities independently, after induction.
- Students who are preparing a portfolio of work, including Access and Pre-foundation Students.
- Painters, photographers, sculptors,...
This set of four printmaking classes is an introduction to several non-chemical printmaking techniques. They can be taken as a short course or as separate classes. Once these skills have been learnt they open up endless possibilities to create beautiful prints individually or by combining two or more of the different print processes on one piece. You don’t need to have excellent drawing skills for any of these methods as all can be combined with...
Explore Collagraph techniques and include collaged imagery into the final prints on this short course with Simon Burbidge.
By the end of the course you will be able to
Explore unique mark making opportunities
Explore the various techniques involved and how different printing methods – intaglio and relief – are utilized within the process
Work with collaged imagery and colour throughout the production of the image
Explore how the juxtaposition of intaglio and relief can...
The Tower Street Print Project is a community arts organisation that has been teaching printmaking in the heart of Ipswich and at venues across Suffolk and Norfolk since 2015. We are passionate about printmaking and love getting people to have a go, as once they try printmaking they are usually keen to continue.
Our Reduction Linocutting course is suitable for beginners or for people with some skills who want to try this exciting relief printmaking...
Learn a wide range of relief printmaking techniques whilst working at your own pace.
We will cover linocut and woodcut. You will learn a wide range of techniques, including how to make full colour prints. You will make blocks that can be used for original prints on paper, fabric and other materials. You will have the option of using traditional or easy to cut lino, or wood and you will learn how to print with...
This one day course will teach you the basics of the etching process, working on up to two plates in a non-toxic mordant (ferric chloride). You will have the opportunity to explore various forms of aquatint to create rich tonal effects and exciting images. This workshop is suitable for beginners and experienced artists alike.
There are no particular preparatory requirements for this course other than to bring any drawings, photographs, ideas for paintings, etc, with...