Join Claire at the countryside printmaking studio where you will be guided through the process of designing and carving your very own lino printing blocks. You will either print a collection of cards or a repeating pattern covering a piece of fabric.
Choose from the two workshops below.
The workshops are hands-on and creative, you will leave with the confidence and skills to continue your printmaking journey.
All workshops are suitable for complete beginners and those who have some experience. All equipment and materials are provided.
About The Tutor
Having studied woodcut and linocut printmaking during her degree, Claire now works from her Stadhampton studio.
Claire has Exhibited with the Society of Wood Engravers, at The Mall Galleries in London, as well as regularly taking part in Oxfordshire Artweeks. She is a friendly, patient and encouraging teacher.
Claire is passionate about reviving the timeless art of traditional hand block printed wallpaper.
To see more of her work, please visit her website
"Claire is a lovely tutor – just the right balance of theory and practical, fun and safety, she was always reassuring and positive, and gave us all the right amount of attention - help and advice on technique and design - to ensure we got what we needed to come away with our own personal lino block. I was really thrilled to produce a dozen cards with my print and will be proud to send them to friends and family." - Fiona G
"What a wonderful afternoon of creativity. Claire made us feel so welcome and surrounded by her masterpieces, we were all inspired. Having never done anything like this before, Claire was so encouraging, patient and helpful and we all went home having made prints we were so proud of. I would not hesitate to recommend this workshop, you will not be disappointed" - Lisa H
"A superb afternoon learning how to linocut and print, I couldn't recommend it highly enough. I went in with zero experience and ended up with a set of cards that I was very pleased with, having had a really absorbing afternoon in a welcoming environment." - Simon J