Reduction Linocut Printing Course
Sat 20 & Sat 27 July 2019, 10.30am - 4pm
£120 / £90 Members
This two day workshop is perfect for anyone who would like to learn about reduction linocut and colour printing.
Make a linocut print that can be used for cards, illustration, textile design or small print editions. Learn how to draw a design suitable for a colour linocut print and how to use the linocut tools correctly to make a variety of marks, which will then influence your final designs.
Skills you’ll build include using a brayer to roll the ink very thinly, transferring a drawing onto a linocut block, safe cutting techniques using the sharp tool, monitoring the block cutting, creating and using a registration system, inking techniques and pulling the print using a variety of presses.
About the Artist
Helen Peyton is artist in residence and founder/director of Smart Gallery (Social Museum & Art Gallery), a Turner Prize nominated project that invites the public to loan objects that would engage them in an exhibition.
Helen makes artworks and contemporary linocuts stirred by the diverse nature and delights in this collection. Her inspiration came after an extensive residency with Craven Museum & Gallery and her ongoing love of objects, their stories, histories and their association to our emotions.
Recent works from have been shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and Royal Society of Printmakers during their Masters series, Helen is both collected by and Artist Ambassador at Leeds City Art Gallery.
Half of the allocated places are offered to Members at the discounted rate of 25% off, sold on a first come, first served basis. Become a Member.
A two week cancellation policy applies to all workshops. As commercial workshops support our charitable activities, and materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than two weeks before the workshop date should you wish to cancel your place.
Should The Hepworth Wakefield need to cancel a workshop, your ticket will be refunded in full.