Monoprinting with Found Objects
Mono-printing is a direct and spontaneous method of working and a great introduction to printmaking with an extensive range of effects.

Ink is rolled onto a plate and the image is then developed by adding objects into the ink or manipulating it using additive or reductive techniques. The appeal of monoprinting lies in its unique translucency that creates a quality of light very different from painting on paper.

There will be a selection of objects to choose from, to use in the printing process but please do bring your own things too.

All Materials Included - aimed at ages 14+ to 80+

Please note that there will be a 1/2 hour break for lunch so please feel free to bring a packed-lunch or get some grub from one of the great food-establishments in town.



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TutorSusan Erskine-Jones
DateSaturday 23rd November
Time10:00am - 4:00pm

If you would like to book a place, please give us a call on 01442 866632 during opening hours.