Monoprinting is an enjoyable and easy introduction to printmaking with immediate and often surprising results. Have fun experimenting with different techniques that produce beautiful, colourful prints. Learn techniques that can be easily repeated at home with washable, non-toxic inks.
Using some of these prints, we will make a range of simple artists’ books, that you can take home to play with and be inspired to make more.
Suitable for complete beginners and those with previous experience (16+). Workshops are 3 hours long and take place in our bright and airy Art Studio at 10am and 2pm.
Leonie Bradley is an artist who has been awarded our Visions of Science Bursary to create work in collaboration with Dr Kit Yates and Dr Tim Rogers from the Department of Mathematical Sciences. The resulting artwork can be seen in our gallery from 15 Sept until 13 Oct.
Tutor: Leonie Bradley is a multi-disciplinary artist specialising in printmaking. She is a member of the Society of Wood Engravers and editor of the international journal Printmaking Today.
Leonie’s prints, films and artist’s books have been exhibited internationally. Her work is held in many private and public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Ashmolean Museum. Leonie has a Masters in Multi-disciplinary Printmaking and she has recently been selected for the Peter Reddick Bursary Award for Innovation in Relief Printmaking at Spike Print Studio in Bristol.
£5, £3 Art pass holders & EAC
Limited places per session, advanced booking advised
Image (Top & bottom right): Same Same Digital Kind; Disconnected Loneliness, Leonie Bradley
Being Heard, Leonie Bradley & Catherine Cartwright
Fantastic opportunity to join printmaker Leonie Bradley for a fun and informative workshop