The process of monoprinting dates back to the 1600’s and has been explored by artists as diverse as Rembrandt and Edgar Degas. It combines drawing and painting with printmaking techniques, to create a spontaneity within outcomes, and has few, if any rules.
During the workshop we will explore single and multi layered drawn mono prints, the direct method, painted and a further experimental technique, enabling you to explore and create a range of printed outcomes, with a particular focus on what inspires you.
Liz Wellby will host this workshop at her home studio, The Slipper Studio. The venue is beautifully presented with handcrafted workbenches and a wood burner, with views into the village.
About the tutor
Liz Wellby is a versatile and experienced artist, teacher and maker,with a particular interest in sculpture and printmaking. Following the completion of a Fine Arts degree at Loughborough University and subsequent post graduate studies, she returned to Derbyshire where for over 25 years she has lived and worked. Liz now lives in a small village on the edge of the Peak District, working from her studio - The Slipper Studio, where she is kept company by her husband and a kitten called Bert.
It is possible to arrange this workshop on different dates; should you wish to book 3* places the price will be £69 per person or £79 per person for 2 people.
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Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
The workshop will run from 10am - 4pm, with places limited to just 3* and costs £69. All materials and equipment will be provided, with refreshments served throughout the day. Please bring along your lunch, an apron and an old magazine or newspaper to carry wet work home; slippers are optional.
Until further notice, to allow for social distancing, workshop places at a The Slipper Studio will be reduced from 5 to 3. A large workbench will be provided for each person, with individual materials and equipment. In line with government advice, a new cleaning regime is in place and you will need to wear a facial covering/mask for limited times during workshops.
6 hours (10:00am to 4:00pm)
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