This one day workshop is a full introduction to creating and printing your own lithograph. Get to grips with the basics of this practice.
Try out using a variety of drawing materials on a piece of transparent drafting film. Your host will show you how to prepare, expose (similar to exposing a screen) and develop your plate, how to mix inks, handle a spindle roller and print a small variable edition of your work. Photoplates are the least process-heavy within lithography, so its a great way to get started in the medium.
Photoplate lithography can pick up some incredible subtle details, which makes it a real catch! Jump at the chance to learn this new skill and get plenty of guidance from your encouraging host along the way.
Minimum fitness level required.
Age restrictions: 18+
|Adult (1 day class)||£95|
Just what I was looking for. Learnt a lot in the time about the process and lots of useful tips a...
Steph was brilliant and the day flew by - aside from the course information, she had lots of inva...
Just what I was looking for. Learnt a lot in the time about the process and lots of useful tips along the way. Friendly creative printmaking studio and very knowledgeable and experienced printmakers. Perfect day!
Steph was brilliant and the day flew by - aside from the course information, she had lots of invaluable knowledge on printmaking techniques, resources, suppliers and much more. Already looking forward to returning! Highly recommend.
Catherine is the principle printmaker at The Lemonade Press, which she opened in Bristol in 2019. She is an experienced artist and printmaker who completed an MA in Multi Disciplinary Printmaking at UWE and trained at the Tamarind Institute in New Mexico. Catherine has many years of collaborative editioning experience at The Curwen Studio, London and enjoys passing on the joys of her craft as a workshop host.
Printmaker with over 10 years experience. Steph teaches lithography at The Lemonade Press as well as collaborating with artists on limited edition lithograph and paper pulp prints.
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