About the Course
On this 2 day workshop learn how to make a reduction linocut print using a variety of printmaking techniques. Students will learn about designing for a linocut, mark making using different tools, handling ink, rollers, paper and using a press. This course is suitable for beginners and those with some printmaking experience. It is an ambitious two days, but you will be amazed at what you can create.
Each course is limited to 3 students so you are assured lots of individual attention.
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What's included in the price?
All materials, lunch and refreshments.
All you have to bring is a simple sketch or sourced idea, an apron and lots of enthusiasm. Be prepared to go home with inky fingers!
I've just completed the 2 day course with Linda, which was a special birthday gift from my brother. It was a wonderful experience - relaxed and yet highly productive.
Linda is a great teacher - she shows you a technique but then You practice it on your work .This is in contrast to other courses where tutors actually work on Your pieces!
The Studio is amazing as are the lunches / coffee!!
I travelled over 200 miles to attend this course - it was worth it.
Excellent - thanks Linda, I'll be back!!!
Stephanie Smith - - #16991
I am ready to go on my 4th course at Linda's workshop. Very worthwhile and enjoyable. Anyone interested in linocut should seriously consider coming here.
Moira Baker - - #11252
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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