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Introduction to Relief Printing

Esther Neate
  • Term: Term Four 2017
  • Start Date: 14 Oct 2017
  • End Date: 2 Dec 2017
  • Time: Saturdays 10am–2pm
  • Number of Classes: 8
  • Teacher: Esther Neate
  • Level: Beginner
  • Age: All Ages
  • Location: The National Art School
  • Availability: Unavailable

Discover the expressive qualities and material potential of relief printing through formal and experimental approaches. Esther Neate teaches a range of mono-print techniques and the use of woodblock with traditional and contemporary applications. Learn how to use the printing press, brayers, stencils and woodcut tools, and produce a small run of prints. Bring your ideas, photographs or sketches and see them transformed into unique woodcut prints.

Esther Neate

Esther Neate pushes traditional boundaries in print to produce objects that bear the impressions of time and process. She holds a Master Degree of Fine Arts in Printmaking and has eight years’ experience in arts education. Her prints, woodblocks and porcelain sculptures have been exhibited at Annandale Galleries and Dominik Mersch Gallery in Sydney.

Paper

Cartridge paper will be supplied, but please bring 1x sheet A1 Stonehenge paper and/or Kozo paper – thin Japanese block printing paper.

Additional Equipment

  • Carving tool kit
  • Cutting knife
  • Scissors
  • Pencils and eraser
  • Sketch pad

Protective clothing and covered footwear essential