Tue, 28 Jun|
Drypoint Class By Louise Stebbing
Make several prints by inscribing directly into the surface of a perspex plate.
Time & Location
28 Jun, 10:00 – 16:00
Downham Market, 35 High St, Downham Market PE38 9HF, UK
About the Event
Drypoint By Louise Stebbing
Tuesday 28th June. 10 - 4 £80 includes materials. Max 8 people
To Book, Please email Louise at:
Make several prints by inscribing directly (can place your drawing underneath) into the surface of a perspex plate.
You will be shown a variety of other ways of making marks on the perspex and adding Chine Colle.
Learn different ways of inking and taking through press (using an X-cut Press) to transfer the image onto paper.
A drypoint needle is used to scratch an image onto a plastic plate. Ink is pushed into these marks and the surface can be inked as well before going through a small press.
You will need to bring:
Overall/Apron or wear old clothes
Coloured tissue/thin papers for Chine Colle - adding thin areas of colour.
Ideas / sketchbook - saves time later – I can help with interpreting your ideas into print so don’t worry about suitability.
Louise Stebbing - Louise has been printmaking since her Art Foundation Course in Cambridge, followed by a Degree in Sheffield and Postgraduate Printmaking, Camberwell, London.
She use a variety of techniques, mostly etching & lino printing. She has a major exhibition “A Retrospective - 40 Years of Printmaking” at the ARB in Cambridge from 13th June.
Louise has exhibited extensively in the UK as well as internationally. She has won several prizes for her prints and has had her work published in several books.