Exploring Surface through Print –
12th and 13th April
Tutor: Nicky Harwood
Date: 12th and 13th April
Time: 10.30am – 4.30pm
An exciting two day workshop that will allow you to build printing plates from everyday recycled objects, create exciting images and develop your print making skills through a range of press free printmaking techniques.
Exploring a range of printing techniques such as frottage, takuhon and monotype using everyday objects and textures to build images. As well as an introduction to the various techniques you will be encouraged to ‘push the process’ and experiment with inks, materials and surfaces in order to develop your own unique prints.
All materials are supplied however please feel free to bring along scraps of material, paper or packaging that you may like to use.
About the tutor:
Recently graduated from Plymouth College of Art, Painting, Drawing and Printmaking BA, Nicky specialises in press free printmaking techniques. Her degree show consisted of work produced using the same process we will use in this workshop. Passionate about sharing printmaking and embracing the happy ‘accidents’ it affords, Nicky runs a number of workshops throughout the South West, was awarded a six month residency at The Clay Factory, Ivybridge and began her MA in Printmaking in October 2018.
If for reasons beyond our control the class has to be cancelled, a full refund will be made.