Hybrid relief printmaking at home

A playful approach to hybrid printmaking introducing lino cutting and how to combine with collagraph printing and collage to create an abstract individual print. You will develop confidence in combining different processes to create individual prints.

Ability: Suitable for all
The minimum time required to watch and respond to the video content and complete the tasks is 9 hours. The tutor also recommends how you can develop your work further so that you can continue to use the skills acquired on this course for future projects. Six months of online access to all of the course content.
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This online printmaking course was fantastic, I had so much fun with it! The tutor is so knowable about her subject area and it was great to come at printmaking from a looser angle, freeing up how you look at what you might incorporate into a print. The videos were excellent, well structured and covered lots of different techniques and ideas.
Laura, March 2021


Mary Dalton

Mary trained at the Royal College of Art, graduating with an MFA in Printmaking. She has been teaching since 2008 and her work is in the collections of the Imperial War Museum and the Tate Library as well as international museums.

Mary's practice is engaged on a daily basis with the ancient environments and woodlands that surround us and that were once the backbone of this island and indeed the world. These landscapes hold stories of the past and a lifeline to save our future and Mary's practice is dedicated to communicate these tales of what is often left unsaid or unseen. 

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