If you are looking to develop your printmaking skills over summer
you may be interested in Drypoint and Multiblock Printmaking
being taught by Graham Hall, 17-21 January 2011
as part of the Whanganui Summer School of Art.
Students will be working in a range of print disciplines throughout the workshop.
There will be an opportunity to work in both drypoint and monoprint processes.
Students can explore and expand on their art ideas using water-based inks.
There will be an opportunity to edition work
and to combine a number of print processes including screenprint and woodcut.
|Graham Hall, Prussian Blue, 2010
Drypoint Etching on 39x27cm paper, edition of 10.
Graham Hall has been involved in Art and Art Education for the past 20 years.
He was the Secretary of the Central Print Council until 2004,
when he focused on gaining his Masters Degree in Art and Design at AUT.
He has exhibited widely in NZ and overseas.
5 full days for only $465
For more info see UCOL Whanganui Summer School of the Arts Website