Printmaking - Exploring single block prints
This course opens up a range of printmaking possibilities using single linocut blocks. This course begins with carving and design techniques to create tone and contrast. Pattern and colour will be explored with a tessellating design. Learn how a designs impact can vary with the printmaking techniques as we focus on printing with different paper, over other media and ink/paper colour combinations. Throughout the course you will carve and print multiple designs, as you trial printmaking techniques that include printing with and without the printing press. This enjoyable course is suitable for all skill levels interested in exploring single colour linocut prints.
Printing Materials included.
Paul Hasell is an artist and award winning teacher specializing in both, creative and visual arts education at University, and the training of Visual Arts educators. He is an experienced commercial artist working in a wide range of mediums ranging from painting and photography to special effects and prosthetic make-up in film, television, print media, museums and exhibitions. His arts education focus is to teach students the skills and strategies to realise and extend their own creative ideas.
- You will learn design strategies to get the most out of single block prints.
- Learn printmaking techniques to create patterns, gradients and multi-colour prints from a single block
- Explore the results of printing in different colour combinations and on different mediums.
- You will be provided with Lino, inks and standard papers to create your designs.
- Access to printing presses and equipment throughout the sessions.
- Tea and coffee are provided as well as access to a fridge and microwave.
- You may need to bring specific paper or material if you have special print idea in mind.
Wear clothes that you don’t mind if they get paint on them or bring an apron or old shirt etc.
This course is for adults wanting to further explore linocut printmaking. All skill levels are welcome.
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Metro Art Dept is made up of a group of like-minded artists and practitioners, with a depth of experience ranging from teaching at universities to professionals working in their fields, who have a passion for creative arts and strive to pass on what they have learned to others.
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