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Linocut Printmaking

Learn how to make transferable art without a press using linocut. Design original prints and learn how to apply them to paper and objects. In this 6 week course, Natasha will teach a traditional printmaking technique inspired by Japanese Woodblock Masters – which she spent many years learning and practising.

The course also includes OH&S and equipment maintenance – from sharpening your tools to storing your equipment correctly for longevity.

What to Bring

Materials list for week 1-3:
*Draft paper or Art Sketch Book
*Stonehenge paper (you can buy A4 size, however, it’s best to buy a large sheet – I will show you how to correctly tear it into smaller sheets)
*Lead pencils, eraser and sharpener
*Lino (A5 size)
*Woodblock cutting tools (you can buy cheap packs at Riot Art Supplies).

*Materials for weeks 3-6 (I can provide brands and sizes during class):
*Small tube of black oil based block ink (speedball makes small tubes)
*Speedball Roller (10cm will suffice)
*Speedball baron of choice (to be discussed week 3)

Optional :
*Tracing paper and carbon paper (if you are not confident drawing directly on Lino)

Weeks 2-3 will be spent learning printmaking techniques and creating prints on paper. Objects will be incorporated in Weeks 3-6 (medium to be discussed).

Printmaking packs are available by request – please email in advance and I can arrange equipment at a competitive price.

About the Tutor

Natasha is a painter, printmaker and fashion designer. She has a Fine Arts Degree and Masters from Sydney University. She recently exhibited at the Creative Space in North Curl Curl and regularly teaches her unique painting and printmaking techniques.

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Contact us

Community College Annex: 1525 Pittwater Road
North Narrabeen NSW 2101
Post: NBCC Reply Paid 1966, Dee Why NSW 2099

Phone: 02 9970 1000

Registered Training Organisation Code 90113