Two colour Linocut Workshop
Tutor: Antonietta Torsiello
During this 3 hour intensive course, you will explore the traditional art of block printing.
Under the step by step guidance of your tutor, you will be inspired to create your very own two colour Art print. From design idea to transferring and carving your hand drawn design onto a lino block. You will also learn what colours can be used to layer and finally create a stunning two colour lino print to take home.
You will also take your block home to continue!
Lino printing is an extremely popular form of printmaking, used by many professional artists.
This form of print can be translated onto many surfaces and you will be given information on how you can continue printing projects outside the studio.
Antonietta Torsiello is an award winning Artist and Printmaker who has been working with linocut since 2007 and teaching printmaking since 2013. As well as Facilitating creative and skill based workshops and exhibiting her paintings and framed prints since 2010, with works sold to private collectors. She runs an Art product and hand printed homewares business where she has sold her textiles, cushions, Art prints and greeting cards to customers across the UK and internationally.
This workshop is suitable for both complete beginners and those who have tried printmaking before. The workshop is limited to 5 participants, so everyone can get the most out of the workshop.
All materials will be provided, including reference books and patterned fabrics. You may wish to bring some of your own ideas along on paper, your phone or notebook.
Make sure you don’t wear your best clothes as printmaking can be messy. But that’s the fun part right!
If you would like more information about the studio, please contact Antonietta at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refunds are not offered within 72 hours of the event due to preparation time. However can be rescheduled in some circumstances
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Next Linocut course dates:
16th May 2018 – 6-9pm
13th June 2018 – 6-9pm