Here is a list of the courses and workshops that will take place at Tamar Print Workshop between now and next August. You’ll see that I’m running a collagraph and carborundum weekend in March and a monoprint workshop in April. There will also be another five day colour course in June and the annual summer […]
I love that Kari makes clear for the uninitiated the difference between a reproduction print and the unique and magical qualities of an original print and then goes on to describe a variety of printmaking processes. Don’t forget to look at my workshops page for information about my next courses coming up soon in […]
Due the limitations of time and cost I sometimes feel restricted by scale in the context of the etching process so I have rediscovered the collagraph as a way of working more quickly, and on a larger scale. I’ve pared down the process to the simple use of tile cement and carborundum grit mixed with […]
These prints are made by sticking any or all of a variety of materials, e.g. lace, wallpaper, foil, rubber bands, string, sand paper, tape and carborundum to a base of card, ply or aluminium, and adding impressions made into polyfiller, tile cement or acrylic . Some prints are made from carborundum and glue alone. […]
Click on the title of this post for the link to my newsletter which tells you about all the activities taking place at my printmaking workshop between Christmas and Easter 2014. I have a few spaces left on my weekly classes, and my longer courses and workshops are starting to fill up now, including two weekends of collagraph and carborundum printmaking. You’ll also find a general course for beginners, and an intensive three day colour course for the more advanced printmaker.
The Hot Bed Press 20:20 print exchange is an annual event which is now in its 5th year. It started in 2009 as a project between Hot Bed Press and Red Hot Press! Wonderful names and well twinned! It then grew exponentially with, in 2012, 31 print workshops taking part, producing 9,800 prints by 391 […]