Collagraphs from anything with Abbey Jane Green
Join artist Abbey Jane Green in this 1 day workshop, as she leads you through a variety of collagraph techniques. participants will be creating collagraphs from recycled and foraged materials. You will learn what a collagraph is and some of the history connected to the collagraphs. You will learn which materials are suitable for collagraphs and the importance of using recycled and foraged materials. You will learn how to make collagraphs for short term and long-term use.
DATE: Sunday 16th June
TIME: 10 am to 4 pm (with an 1 hour lunch break)
Abbey Jane Green is a multi-disciplined artist focusing on printmaking, weaving and time-based media. living currently in Tasmania’s/ Lutruwita south.
Before her journey into formal arts training Abbeys previous work was in conservation and land management and working for The Tasmanian National Parks. she continues her passion for the environment with many of her works inspired by nature and uses upcycled materials to create her printing plates, jewellery, and props.
Abbey has studied visual arts/printmaking, multimedia and drawing through the Tasmanian TAFE and with the University of Tasmania. Abbey is currently running workshops in printmaking with the Blue Lotus Franklin Gallery. As well as a practicing artist she works for MONA and Plimsoll as a gallery attendant/assistant. She is currently the studio manager for Hunter Island Press a printmaking community arts collective based in Tasmania.
Spaces available for 8 participants. We need a minimum of 3 people for this Workshop to go ahead, so please book early!!
Participants to bring:
- Recycled materials, raid your recycling bins
- Apron to protect clothing
- Pencils and pens
- Their own cutting tools if they choose (they will be provided)
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