Tuesdays 4 June to 1 July 2019 1:30 – 4:30pm
Led by Jemma Gunning with guest appearance from Jo Hounsome on 18th June
A fantastic introduction to producing and printing collagraphs which will give you the opportunity to experiment with combining materials and processes to produce incredibly luscious work.
You will learn how to assemble textured collages, out of everyday and unusual items to create images with a wide range of tonal areas.
You will be introduced to a range of approaches to making a collagraph, including materials and supports; various methods of plate construction; basic and advanced inking techniques. Set your imagination free.
A Collagraph print is one made from a plate collaged with different textures. A base plate of mountcard or the reverse side of old etching plates can be used. The process is a combination of intaglio and relief. Collage your plate with texture by gluing on wallpaper or torn cardboard shapes with PVA wood glue. It is an incredibly versatile way and appeals to many artists and suits how they work.