Botanical lino relief printmaking

See course details, dates, costs, tutors & stories from students below
COURSE DETAILS

Over three days of this course,  printmaker Bronte Adam will guide you through the processes of designing and executing a multi coloured lino relief print.

 

With aim to give your project some structure and direction, this course will focus on a botanical theme.

 

Initially you will learn about observational drawing and design planning, and then the techniques of intricate carving and unique colour separation to produce clean and complicated botanical prints.

 

You will go home confident in the print process, with some helpful maker tips and a basic set of new tools.  

The photographs here are of Bronte's own work to inspire you.

DATES

29-31 October 2021

COSTS

 

£310 - Tuition fees

plus £85 for course materials which includes  

a set of new tools to take home with you

Tea, coffee and simple lunch included in your course price 
 

We also offer accommodation & evening meals

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This course is aimed at adults, aged 18yrs + and is suitable for beginners to those with experience

YOUR TUTOR

Bronte Adam is a printmaker who specialises in relief printing, her preferred method being lino and woodblock. Bronte particularly enjoys the challenge of carving intricate details into her print blocks which she combines with multi coloured separation, giving her clean and vibrant prints. Her prints bring to life galah cockatoos perched in eucalyptus trees or plump ripe grapefruits nestled among leaves

 

Bronte studied printed textiles and surface pattern design at Leeds Arts University. She has worked both as a freelance artist and as a commercial artist designing prints for homeware and children’s clothing. She has recently finished a major print commission redesigning the packaging for a uk soft drinks company which will be launched in early 2022. 

 

Bronte takes inspiration from textile designers such as Josef Frank or the patterns and compositions found in Iznik pottery from the Middle East. 

Stories from our students

​​This is the first time we have run this course so we hope you will create your own stories

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