Introduction To Lino Printing
INTRODUCTION TO LINO PRINTING
Sat 23rd May 2020 - 10:30am - 4:30pm (hour for lunch)
Lino Printing is a wonderful art form and during this day workshop we will cover a variety of cutting methods and hand printing techniques. Lino prints are a dramatic yet simple printmaking technique that can be used at home without any expensive equipment.
In this session I will show you:
How to use each of the cutting tools.
How to transfer your designs onto Lino. Show you different types of printing paper.
How to ink up a Lino Plate.
How to use a printing press.
Different hand printing methods (printing without a press) which can be used at home.
All materials and tools will be provided.
This workshop will run from 10:30 - 4:30pm, with a
hour lunch break. Please bring a packed lunch or visit one of the many cafes
close by on Stapleton Road/Old Market.
Who's this workshop for?
This session is ideal for beginners with no
previous printmaking experience, or those wishing to refresh their Lino
Originally from London, Kerry trained as a
ceramicist at Bath Spa University and now lives and works as a full time
printmaker in Bristol. She completed an MA in Mutli Disciplinary Printmaking at
the University of the West of England in 2011 and is now based in her studio at
Pennywell Studios, Bristol
Kerry has been teaching printmaking on and off
since 2009, teaching at Spike Print Studio, Royal West of England Academy,
Bristol Drawing School, Bristol Folk House, Pop-Up Shops, various private
classes and 1:1 tuition sessions from her studio.
Tea and coffee are available during the workshop
with both non-diary and diary milks..
About the venue
Pennywell Studios are on the first floor of a
converted warehouse which used to house documents for an insurance company but
is now home to 69 creative makers from potters, painters, textile artists,
architects and printmakers.
Pennywell Studios, Pennywell Road, Old Market, Bristol BS5 OTL
Pennywell Studios is on the first floor with no step
Pennywell Studios is located in the Old Market/Stapleton
Road area of Bristol and served by No 24, 48/48a and 49 buses. There is limited
free onsite parking, if full there is pay at meter on street parking in the
Contacting the Host
If you have any questions about the workshop or
venue, you can contact Kerry by email using firstname.lastname@example.org. Replies
to your message within 2 working days.