Tuesday 17th December 11-3.30pm
Sunday 19th January 11-3.30pm (full)
Sunday 26th January 11-3.30pm
Sunday 16th February 11-3.30pm
Saturday 21st March 11-3.30pm
Wednesday 8th April 11-3.30pm
Sunday 24th May 11-3.30pm
More about the workshop:
The workshop begins with an introduction to linocut, everyone is taught how to use the carving tools and the basic cutting techniques. An initial practice block is made which allows students to experiment with mark making. Students are often surprised at how quickly their skills develop.
Next you will spend time composing your design. You may wish to bring some of your own images to work from, however plenty of inspiration is at hand to help you decide.
You will be shown how to ink your lino block and how to burnish prints by hand, you will also learn how to use the antique cast iron book presses.
Everyone will take home a set of lino block printed cards and envelopes, their original carving and mark making block and a copy of Oxford Linocut Workshops printmaking guide booklet to remind you of all the techniques used on the day.
The workshop is hands-on, creative and very informative. It is suitable for complete beginners and those with some experience. Everything is explained clearly with demonstrations.
Lots of support and advice is given throughout. There will be plenty of individual tuition time.
All tools and materials are provided including: carving gouges, linoleum, drawing equipment, non-slip mat, inks, rollers, cards & envelopes, aprons, as well as complimentary tea, coffee and cake!
Lino Printing Workshop
£55 total, there are no extra charges.
Please bring a packed lunch with you, there is a cooler where you can keep it.
If you are booking a workshop as a gift and would like a gift certificate to be sent to you by email please add a note to the booking.
Please let me know if you would prefer to pay by cheque