Learn how to create a printed image using an etching press in this half-day workshop with drypoint expert Geraldine Walkington.
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- The Coro Ante Room
Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee
Coro Members don’t pay booking fees
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Age guidance: 14+
Suitable for beginners
Doors open at 8:45am
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Drawing from available plant material, or using your own images or sketches, learn how to scratch into an acrylic plate using a variety of mark-making tools, including a dremmel and sandpaper. You will be shown how to ink and wipe the plate to create a printed image using an etching press.
What you will learn
- How to create a balanced image (including image reversal)
- How to use a variety of mark making tools safely
- Plate inking and wiping for different results
- Printing the image
9.00am - 12.00pm
Meet your tutor: Geraldine Walkington
Geraldine is a painter printmaker, working predominantly in two areas of interest, mountains and flora. She works directly in the environment, or from her sketchbook, in a variety of media. This year her focus has been charcoal and ink studies, which she has translated into drypoint and etching. She creates images that reflect the interplay between drawing, paint and print, disciplines and materials, showing how one approach informs another. See more at www.geraldinewalkington.co.uk. Geraldine Walkington is a member of Cumbria Printmakers.
This event is presented by Printfest