Leader : Alison Bowskill
Duration: 9.30am to 3.30pm
Venue : Coastal Craft Collective, 10 Marine Place, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2QL
The aim of the workshop is for you to learn about cutting and printing 2 colours from one lino block.
This workshop is suitable for all abilities, whether you are new to lino or have attended a session before and would like to develop your skills further!
The day will be split into two parts. In the morning you will work from a design/drawing to cut your lino block and print your first colour. After a lunch break, with guidance, you will cut more away from your design and print a second colour.
All materials are provided. Please feel free to bring your own designs/ideas which can be traced onto the lino. (size 10 x 15cm ) Alternatively Alison will have resources and ideas you can use.
This workshop is intended for adults and older children, we suggest age 14+. Younger children by arrangement only - please contact us if you would like to bring a younger person so we can discuss it with you.
There will be a lunch break. Lunch is not provided. We have a fridge, microwave and kettle. You are welcome to bring your own food or visit one of the great cafes or takeaways in Seaton.
If you prefer a shorter session, Alison also runs a half day lino printing workshop.
If the shop is closed and the front door is locked when you arrive, please ring the bell to be let in.
Alison is happy to run her sessions with 3 people or more. If only one or 2 places are booked, we will cancel the session. If this happens, we'll offer the people who have booked the class a place on an alternative day, a credit for another workshop or a full refund, whichever they prefer.
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About Alison Bowskill - After completing a degree in Fine Art and a Postgraduate in Printmaking Alison has been teaching Art and Design in schools and with adults and young people in the community.
She is highly experienced in teaching many aspects of Art and Craft with a particular interest and passion for drawing and printmaking.
Her own work is inspired by living by the coast in Lyme Regis and she regularly exhibits prints in local exhibitions.