UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Masterclasses for all levels

April 2021

Masterclasses for all levels

 

EXPLORING LINO PROCESSES

WITH GARY SHINFIELD 

 

Two Day Workshop

April  17 & 18
10am-4pm

Sat/Sun weekend workshop

Workshop Full

 (wait list available)

OR

April 22 & 23

10am-4pm

Thur/Fri weekday workshop

Workshop Full  

Gary Shinfield explores large format immersive print processes and the theme of this workshop is connection to place and surrounding landforms.

 

Carving, jig sawing and etching processes will be explored using lino blocks.

These will be printed using various methods to build a layered approach to the printed surface.

 

Students will gain knowledge of multiple approaches to the medium and build upon existing skills.

 

Paper, inks and lino blocks are included in the course fee. Contact workshops @ printstudio.org.au for more information or use the button below.

Members - $330

Non-Members - $360

May 2021

Masterclasses for all levels

ONE DAY SOLARPLATE WORKSHOP

WITH SUSAN BARAN

May  14
9.30am - 3.30pm

In this one day workshop learn some of the many ways to work with Solarplates.

 

You will learn to

 

prepare artwork for exposure

expose plates accurately both in the sun and using the studio exposure unit


print plates experimenting with various techniques 

Course fee $120


Plates and printmaking papers can be purchased directly from the studio.

 
 

EAST/WEST MULTI-BLOCK COLOURED WOODCUTS 

WITH ROSLYN KEAN 

May  22 & 23
10am-4pm

Limited Spots Available

This course is an in-depth approach to the versatility of relief printing from wood by hand.  It will teach all aspects of multi block woodcuts combining both the exacting registration methods of traditional Japanese woodcuts with the more expressive style of German expressionist prints.

The variations of creating an image on the block for carving will be introduced including the direct drawing through to the indirect transfer of image and a combination of both.

The techniques of carving will be taught along with the sharpening of tools using Waterstones. 

Registration is of prime importance and the” Kento “method of exacting registration will be used. Printing will be done with the use of Akua soy-based inks which are applied by small brayers (rollers). 

Various papers will be introduced including oriental papers and European smooth faced papers .

Japanese shina blocks and local sourced 6mm plywood as well as a selection of papers will be supplied as part of the course fee 

 

Contact workshops @ printstudio.org.au for more information or use the button below.

Members         - $330
Non-Members - $360​​​​

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