November 10, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$140
To coincide with printmaker Jonathan Larsen’s linocut exhibition, ‘Luminous Land’, come along and learn how to create simple black and white lino prints of landscapes and the natural world. Jonathan will teach you the techniques of working with a limited palette and what makes a great black and white image. You will explore ways to be more creative with traditional landscapes and to put your own twist on the genre. You will create your own lino plate and walk away with beautiful linocut prints.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! THIS IS A BEGINNER FRIENDLY LINO CUT WORKSHOP!
Date: Sunday, 10th November 2019
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Museum of Printing, behind NERAM (external access only)
Cost: $126 Friends of NERAM/ $140 General
All cutting materials, inks, and tiles will be supplied.
Please bring an apron, wooden spoon, silver spoon, and sketches and/or photographic reference material of landscapes or botanicals for inspiration.
BYO lunch, morning tea will be supplied
Max. 10 spots available! We require a min. 6 students to run.
About the artist:
Jonathon is a multidisciplinary artist and designer. After majoring in film at the Queensland College of Art, he has spent numerous decades working in the creative industries as a visual artist, film maker, animator and designer. He created artbytes.com.au in the mid nineties with a view to work creatively in the new evolving digital realm. Though the focus was on website development, the mix also included graphic design, illustration, corporate id, cartooning, 3d animation and video. Throughout this period he continued to pursue a fine art practice by exhibiting prints, paintings and hand drawn animation. He even won a few awards.
Image Credit: Jonathan Larsen, ‘End of the Armidale Line’, linocut.