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Lino Printing Workshop, including lunch


Duration: 10am - 4pm

Price: £80

Run by: Jack Allum
at Loam.

01730 263875

Loam Studio
Westmark Barns
Midhurst Road
Petersfield
Hampshire
GU31 5AT

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About the Course

This is a 1 day relief printing using lino course running from 10am - 4pm, including a delicious lunch of local breads and salads.

The course tutor is Rachel Reynolds.

Explore the popular technique of relief printing using Lino. Step by step guidance will be given throughout the workshop from learning to create and cut a design using specialist tools in the morning, followed by printing a variety of single and two colour prints (a background and a foreground) in the afternoon.

A range of experimental paper prints will be produced, developing into greeting cards and finished prints alongside your Lino cuts to take home.
Inspiration for designs will be provided but do feel free to bring your own!
Suitable for all levels.

All materials will be provided but please bring an overall and be prepared to get messy!

Due to the tools used within the course, this course is only available to adults.

Please note this course will only proceed with 4 or more students.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.



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Course Start Dates

Friday 8th February 2019

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