Linocut Reduction Workshop with Ange Cooper
This course is suitable for beginners and intermediate students wanting to achieve colour in a print through the process of Reduction Linocut Printmaking.
Reduction prints use the same piece of lino to print all the colours of an image. It generally includes several colours. The artist reduces portions of the lino, printing at intervals, one colour at a time. The process of cutting and printing continues for each additional colour until the final layer is printed. Students will select their own image, learn how to plan and decide on how many editions they would like of that particular image.
Dates: Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of May, 2024
Time: 10 am to 4 pm (1 hour lunch break)
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:
- An image
- Coloured pencils and Notebook or Journal
- One piece of Lino
- Lino cutting tools
- Print making Paper. Enough for your edition
- Brayer (Roller)
- Relief Printmaking inks if you have them
If our Workshop is full or past the closing date, please join the Cancellation List. Email Workshop Co-ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. Bookings close on Saturday, 20th April.
Ange Cooper is a BFA graduate from the art school of Tasmania (UTAS) where she majored in printmaking and painting.
Born in Hobart, Tasmania, Ange grew up in the suburbs where she was surrounded by bushland and sea. Her passion for the natural environment hasn’t faltered and for many years her connection with the Tasmanian landscape has been her main conceptual concern in her art practice.
She works not only with the visual detail of a location but also the mood and atmosphere of a place.
Since completing her BFA in 2010, Ange has participated in a number of group and solo exhibitions and has been selected for different art prizes including The Glover prize and Burnie Print prize.
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