Tutor Penny Hunt | Fee £165 | 10 weeks
Explore a variety of techniques, including lino printing, monotype, drypoint etching and collagraph with new Brewery tutor artist and printmaker Penny Hunt.
What will the course or workshop cover and how will it be taught?
The techniques will be taught as separate methods of working and can also be combined to create more experimental prints, further developing the processes and giving the opportunity to explore different ideas. You will be shown how to use each separate technique through demonstrations and introductions to different artists work so that you can see the possibilities. You will gradually build up a portfolio of techniques and ideas that can be explored. Combinations of techniques are possible and you will be encouraged and guided through, making sure that you are able to develop your own interests in the subject matter or style you choose to work in.
By the end of the course/workshop you will:
Be confident in your use of materials and techniques, have a portfolio of prints using at least 4 different techniques, including small editions.. and hopefully be inspired to continue printmaking!
What do I need to bring with me?
An apron and any images you have for inspiration which could be sketches, photographs or images ripped out of magazines.
Please bring a pen, notebook and your glasses, if you need them.
Are there any additional costs?
All equipment and materials supplied. An additional charge of £10 is made for materials during the term.
About the tutor
Penny is an artist living in the Yorkshire Dales near Settle. She has taught for many years and is secretary of Cumbria Printmakers and Three Peaks Arts. She is inspired by wild, open spaces on land or sea and tries to capture the atmosphere in her paintings, printmaking and ceramic work, where each material feeds back into the other, the layering, overprinting and intaglio techniques are present in all. www.penny-hunt.co.uk
Please note there is no class during the following weeks:
Half term week commencing 22 October
Week commencing 12 November due to Kendal Mountain Festival
Half term week commencing 18 February 2019
If you have a query or are unsure whether the course is right for you please get in touch with the Creative Learning Team who will be happy to contact the tutor on your behalf.
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