PLYMOUTH: Intro to Printmaking with Double Elephant, session 3

Image Credit: Rod Gonzalez

Ocean Studios, The Factory Cooperage, Royal William Yard, Plymouth PL1 3QQ

07857 036433
http://www.doubleelephant.org.uk/courses/view/plymouth--intro-to-printmaking-days/

Saturday 09 September 2017
Opening Hours: 10am- 4pm
Admission Fee: £68
Booking essential
http://www.doubleelephant.org.uk/courses/view/plymouth--intro-to-printmaking-days/

   
   
   
   
   

If you fancy getting creative but don’t know where to start, these introductory days will give you a taste of what printmaking has to offer and the confidence to develop your interest further.

It’s a chance to try three very different print techniques – mono printing, collograph and drypoint, as an introduction to the wonderful world of printmaking in the splendid surroundings of Royal William Yard.

Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced artist, Double Elephant can help you learn new skills and explore a range of creative processes. Teaching is in small groups, and our friendly and supportive tutors tailor sessions to individual needs and interests. The day will introduce you to the Ocean Studios workshop and three great ways of making your ideas come to life. Come once and have a go, or come to two or three sessions and experience printmaking in more depth.

Suitable for 16 years and over. Course price includes all materials used on the day. Please bring an apron.

More specialised courses coming soon!

For more information please call Simon Ripley on 07857 036433 or see our short introductory films

 

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