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In-person classCOVID-19 SecureExperimental etching transfer techniquesexperiment with etching transfer techniques. Cross traditional etching techniques such as aquatint with modern printing processes including photocopies
£150 pp
1 session course
What happens in this class?

A two day weekend course Saturday and Sunday. Experimental etching transfer techniques with Alice Valentina Biga If you have ever been inspired by the work of Peter Freeth R.A. then this is the course for you. A chance to experiment with mark making both hand drawn and digitally produced via simple photo copies. During this course you will learn how to achieve multiple tones of aquatint with a sole etching bath. We will be experimenting with a variety of techniques on how to transfer and or how to create an image onto a metal plate. We will be using…

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Things to remember

please bring

  • two A5 or smaller black and white images (drawing and/ or picture)
  • oil based etching ink. Any greasy drawing tool will also work (litho crayons, tusche) these will be provided too on the day
  • blank photocopy paper
  • new and clean washing up sponges
  • brushes (various sizes and shapes…
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Booking Options

There are no upcoming dates for this class. Let the teacher know about your interest and you will be notified when new dates are added.

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COVID-19 Secure

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Age Requirement


Flexible cancellation policy

Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.

Your Teacher

A professional, thriving printmaking workshop based in the heart of Brixton in south London.

Artichoke Printmaking has over 24 years of expertise, passion and commitment for art - working with established artists, emerging students and those who just love making art. Our diverse range of innovative and inspiring artists work alongside our students in an exciting teaching environment. Work groups are small and friendly in size and focus on hands-on making, professional guidance and the friendly fun needed to stimulate the soul and make being creative a flourishing state of being and doing.

Whether it is the first time or…

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Class Location
Artichoke Print Workshop
Unit S1 Shakespeare Business Centre
245a Coldharbour Lane [entrance Shakespeare Road]
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To: Artichoke Printmaking London

Experimental etching transfer techniques

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