TWO DAY WORKSHOPS - £80.00

PHOTO INTAGLIO
6 places
Tutor: Fionnuala O'Neill
Saturday and Sunday 19th -20th May
10.00 AM—4.00 PM

An introduction to one of the most accessible intaglio processes. Participants should bring a photographic or hand drawn image from which their plate will be prepared. This technique enables photo or hand-drawn images to be exposed to a metal plate treated with a photopolymer coating.


SCREEN PRINTING
5 places
Tutor: Reis Turnbull
Saturday and Sunday 9th-10th June
10.00 AM—4.00 PM

 Suitable for beginners and those looking to develop their understanding of this versatile process. Participants should bring a photographic or hand drawn image from which their screen will be prepared. 

 Image: James Robert Moore

Image: James Robert Moore


SALT ETCH
6 places
Tutor: Penny Brewill
Saturday & Sunday 28th-29th April
10.00 AM—4.00 PM

An introduction to this alternative intaglio process. The course will cover preparation of an aluminium plate using floor polish and cooking fat. Participants should bring a photographic or hand drawn image from which their plate will be prepared. Images need to have areas of strong contrasting tones.


COLLAGRAPH
6 places
Tutors: Penn & Merve Jones
Thursday 12th & Thursday 19th April
10.00 AM—12.30 PM

Collagraphs are made by collaging and cutting different textures on a thin board base. Almost any material with texture can be collaged, including embossed wallpaper, paint, fabric and leaves. The resulting impression is that of embossing as well as printing. The plates for both collagraph are inked and printed using the same technique as etching

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STONE LITHOGRAPHY: AN INTRODUCTION
4 places
Tutor: Elena Carrasco
Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th May
10.00 AM—4.00 PM

 Lithography is a method of printing originally based on the immiscibility of oil and water. The printing is from a stone (lithographic limestone)

 

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THE ETCHING PROCESS. The artist draws with a needle on to a copper, zinc or steel plate that has been covered with an acid resistant wax. When the plate is immersed in acid, the bare metal, exposed by the lines of the drawing, is eroded.

COPPER ETCHING
5 places
Tutor: Penny Brewill
Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th May
10.00 AM—4.00 PM