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Mary Gillett, Before Summer Rain, etching,15 x 11 cms  (3)

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 workshop in August. Where there is no medium stipulated on my list you can work with the technique of your choice. I’m following a similar date pattern to the last year because it is working very well. Student numbers are burgeoning making for a rich and vibrant atmosphere. We have lots of laughs, sometimes almost tears, and then laughs again (all the louder) when things go right – which they always do!

So come along, discover your potential and develop your skills whether you’re a beginner, an intermediate, or very advanced. No matter your level or experience you will feel at home here. Feel free to get in touch and ask anything you need to know. Click here for some brief descriptions of the range of techniques that I offer.

Masako with coloured scrim and lino

22nd and 23rd October
choose your medium or continue with personal project

21st and 22nd January
choose your medium or continue with personal project

18th and 19th March
collagraph and carborundum

22nd and 23rd April
monoprint and monotype

13th and 14th May
choose your medium or continue with personal project

17th and 18th June
choose your medium or continue with personal project

15th to 19th July
colour workshop

7th – 11th August
annual summer workshop

Click here for more details

You will find information about my weekly classes here. I’m afraid there is a waiting list for these sessions but it is definitely worth getting in touch because often spaces crop up unexpectedly.

Here is one of my evening class students examining his aquatinted plate with a magnifying lens. This might lead you to believe that etching is an exact science. Why don’t you come and find out if this is so or not?!

Kevin with lens