Produce a limited edition print in just 2 days using a friendly approach for fine art printmaking.
Working from a simple line drawing, develop it through the innovative process of aluminium etching, using intaglio techniques such as hard ground and tone. Drypoint etching on PVC will also be introduced to achieve a soft line and tone.
Students will print a small edition of their image or experiment with the application of Chine Collee, using rice paper as a collage medium, creating stunning variations of colour and texture to enhance their line etching as a fine art print.
Aluminium etching is a safe alternative to traditional etching using aluminium plates and copper sulphate.
The tutor, Seraphina Martin, began printmaking at the Willoughby Art Centre in Sydney and graduated from the Paris Ecole National Des Beaux Arts, majoring in printmaking in 1977. She currently teaches at the Sydney University Art workshop as well as Meadowbank and Hornsby TAFES. She was the recipient of the Moya Dyring Studio at the Cite des Arts, Paris in 1988 where she studied at the Atelier 17, under master printmaker S.W. Hayter.
Seraphina’s work is represented in many private and public collections and she continues to participate in both solo and group exhibitions in Australia and overseas. She is also a member of the Sydney Printmakers and has just completed an Artist in Residence in the print department of the Canberra School of art.
Cost: $234. Class runs 10am – 4pm on 22 and 23 of January 2014. Limited places available. Book early to avoid disappointment. Information on how to enrol in this class can be found here.
22 Jan 2014 – 23 Jan 2014