We have had some info about a printmaking workshop that will be run at the Oak Rooms in Tiverton. No info about prices etc., but you can contact Lizzie Mee with the following email address: email@example.com
For a bit more detail read the below:
Come and enjoy an introduction to lino cutting. You will use my fantastic beech press, lovely durathene roller as well as lino cutters and handmade printmaking paper.
Together we will look at artists who use printmaking and spend a bit of time exploring the possibilities of linocuts. In the afternoon I will provide you with some natural forms to inspire your own drawings and prints. I will provide guidance on registering your print and you will be able to explore using one or two blocks to make your picture. You will learn a bit about technique and also start to think about the creative possibilities of printing.
CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
Do you, or someone you know, have what it takes to become the next Sky Arts Artists of the Year?
We are on the hunt for both portrait and landscape artists to apply. Please help us spread the word via your mailing lists and social media!
Deadline: Portrait Artist of the Year 2019: Friday 16th March 2018
Deadline: Landscape Artist of the Year 2018: Friday 11th May 2018
Prize: £10,000 commission to paint a portrait/landscape for a major British institution and £500 of Cass Art materials.
The new series of Portrait Artist of the Year is currently being broadcast weekly on Tuesdays at 8pm on Sky Arts. In the meantime here are some links to view a couple of episodes from the previous series to give you a flavour of what’s involved:
Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 Episode 1: https://vimeo.com/195785524
Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 Episode 1: https://vimeo.com/238597959
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Well we are now in to February of 2018, and the committee is starting to ramp up the work required for the Spring exhibition, which is held in April
There is much work to be done, and as we will be exhibiting at a new venue (but same location), we will have our work cut out to see how it all fits. We anticipate that quite a few things will change as we are a bit limited for space. This includes NOT having anything on the walls of the venue, so we will have to be creative on how we use the screens.
Certain procedures may also have to change, because we won’t have the room to do all the things we did before. We are going to have to be much stricter on how work is handed in, if pictures do not comply with the standard of stringing, labelling etc., we will not have the room to rectify these, so it will be important that members read the instructions carefully or ask for help/advice before hand.
It really is a new challenge for the committee and all who help with setting up and running the exhibition, but I’m sure, in the tradition of TAS, we’ll end up with the usual stunning exhibition!