Thursday 26 & Friday 27 May 2016 *

Tutor: Gini Wade MA     Venue: Grain Barn Workshop  10.00am-4.00pm

* Only ONE place remaining

The closest printmaking technique to drawing, lithography offers uniquely varied and beautiful mark-making.  Invented in 1798 it has been used by many artists, from Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Picasso, and currently Paula Rego and Jim Dine, to name a few. Traditionally artists have drawn or transferred their image onto a special type of limestone block before printing from it.  This two day introductory course uses aluminium plate, ball-grained to simulate the surface of stone.  It is suitable both for beginners and those seeking to refresh their skills. 

Workshop fee: £80 (payable in full or deposit of £40 on booking, balance of £40 by 1st May). To book, send an email or phone 01544 260149. Places are limited and advance booking is essential. There is a small charge for materials used. Tea and coffee provided; bring a packed lunch. A list of what you need to bring will be sent with confirmation of booking. 

Gini Wade completed a fine art MA in printmaking with a distinction. She specialised in Lithography with Tamarind Master Printer Paul Croft at the School of Art, Aberystwyth. Her prints have been exhibited worldwide. She is a regular tutor at the Trust. 

Supported By

Arts Council England