The course is designed to facilitated participants in the skills and traditions of printmaking. The non-chemical part of the course focuses on Monotype, Dry-point, Carborundum and Multi-plates registration. In the chemical stage the course focuses on soft and hard ground etching, sugar lift and aquatint. Each stage aims to facilitate the participants in creating finished artworks.
Each one of the disciplines is suitable for the creation of accomplished prints, using that discipline alone, though in the same time each skill supports the other in a way that allows the creation of intriguing and very attractive fine art prints.
One can join the classes at any stage and work with any printmaking skill he or she choses in his or her own natural pace, each person is treated individually while motivated by the design of the course. All materials and instruments are provided, also copper plates.
The course is run by Daniel Lipstein who is a professional printmaker, a member of Graphic Studio Dublin since 2002. Daniel has won several national awards and his work is held in numerous public collections in Ireland. He holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art from the print faculty of NCAD.
Dates: 22nd September, 6th, 20th October, 10th, 24th November, 8th December. 2019
Times: 10am to 2pm
Fee: 65 euro per class
Location: 191 Pearse Street, Dublin
Booking: Booking essential to firstname.lastname@example.org or 086 3363504
Website: daniellipstein.org trinityartsworkshop.com/printmaking/