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Olivia Clifton-Bligh at Bull Mill Arts

Contact name: Olivia Clifton-Bligh
18
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(45)
over 4 years
with CraftCourses

Maker's bio

Olivia Clifton-Bligh is an award winning sculptor and printmaker. She studied at Goldsmiths' College (Fine Art & Art History BA Hons.) She is a resident artist at Bull Mill Arts, a creative community established by Lord Bath on the Longleat Estate in Wiltshire. Olivia is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors and of the Printmakers Council; her work is exhibited in London and throughout the UK.

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Linocut printmaking at Bull Mill Arts Wiltshire
Next date: 15th Oct 2022

Recent reviews

All maker's reviews
25 Sep 22'

Imogen Racz reviewed: Linocut printmaking at Bull Mill Arts Wiltshire

"I really enjoyed the day workshop, which was tailored well to different wishes and levels of ability. I wanted to learn how to do coloured linocut, and Olivia took me through the process with expertise and encouragement. The day was relaxed and supportive, while also being instructive and well structured. I will return."

Olivia Clifton-Bligh at Bull Mill Arts responded:

" Thank you Imogen - I'm so glad that you enjoyed the day and found the workshop useful. Your finished print turned out beautifully! I look forward to seeing you again, with best wishes Olivia"

24 Sep 22'

Suzanne reviewed: Linocut printmaking at Bull Mill Arts Wiltshire

"I really enjoyed my weekend trying out a new hobby under the expert guidance of Olivia. There was lots of encouragement and enthusiasm. The workshop was cosy and comfortable - the perfect place to get away for a break. "

Olivia Clifton-Bligh at Bull Mill Arts responded:

" Thank you so much for your lovely review Suzanne! I’m so glad that you enjoyed the linocut workshop - and congratulations for making beautiful prints. I hope to see you again, Best wishes Olivia"

26 Apr 22'

Heather McCombie reviewed: Linocut printmaking at Bull Mill Arts Wiltshire

"A thoroughly enjoyable day, structured so that even complete beginners like me would have the satisfaction of taking home a finished piece. Lovely studio complete with cosy woodburner. My main worry had been preparation of the image, but lots of time and individual attention was devoted to this so that the process became much less daunting. You don't have to be brilliant at drawing, and little slips or inaccuracies at the cutting stage don't usually matter, and can actually add to the charm of the finished image. It was thrilling to see the image in print for the first time! This could get addictive... I've already ordered a set of materials and will definitely be back once I've had some practice at home!"

9 Mar 22'

Paul Nertney reviewed: Linocut printmaking at Bull Mill Arts Wiltshire

"This course was bought as a gift. I really enjoyed the day. A nice warm location on a cold spring day. Course content and information was well pitched and catered for the different experience levels of the group of 8 people. I would certainly recommend to others as i learned lots and left with more confidence and skills to use as i continue with this wonderful art technique"

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