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      Blog — February 2022

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      Jigsaw Linocut

      Jigsaw Linocut
      Jigsaw Linocut is a fantastic way of creating a multi-coloured print from just one block and just one layer. By cutting our carved block into jigsaw pieces we can ink them up separately before putting them back together and printing. Scroll down for a video or read on. When using this technique, it’s necessary to … Continue reading "Jigsaw Linocut"

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      Easy Printing with Pencil Erasers

      Easy Printing with Pencil Erasers
      This speedy project is great to loosen up you printmaking when a blank page is too daunting! It used simple materials and equipment and is great for children too. Scroll down to watch a video or read on. We will be printing with pencil erasers – the little round rubber ends of pencils are perfect...

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      Meet the Maker: Alice Spotorno

      Meet the Maker: Alice Spotorno
      My name is Alice, and I am half Italian / half British. Although I grew up in Italy, I’ve been living mostly in the UK since I went to university in 2013. Printmaking for me is just a hobby at this stage, but I do hope one day I can make it into something more, …

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      Meet the Maker: Bryan Angus

      Meet the Maker: Bryan Angus
      My name is Bryan Angus, a visual artist specialising in lino printing. Originally from Aberdeen, I’ve travelled about the country a bit and now live in Banff, close to where my family roots are. I trained in painting in the late 70s in Aberdeen but spent most of my working life not making art. I …

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      Screen Printing onto Fabric using an Embroidery Hoop

      Screen Printing onto Fabric using an Embroidery Hoop
      Screen printing is a wonderful technique where ink is forced through mesh that has been stretched onto a frame. The best way to do this is using a screen and squeegee but you can also have a go using materials you might have around the house! Scroll to the bottom to watch a video or read on...

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