Chine collé printmaking is a process that combines printing with collage.
Learn how to master printing using oil-based inks on lino-blocks. Discover all the nuances of utilising ink, print pressure and choices of papers to equip you to be in control of your picture making. You will also gain an invaluable experience in exploring colour combinations, risk-taking and gaining confidence with your abilities as a maker.
The introduction of assorted papers at various points within the print processes, will help you to free up any pre-conceived or staid habits. It will also show you how you can enliven and reinvigorate your work.
The course is strong on experimentation and risk-taking. You will be encouraged to work across a large body of inter-related pieces to create strong bodies of visual investigation within the medium of printmaking.
By the end of the course, you will have gained knowledge on how to print effectively with lino, and how to enrich your prints with the addition of collage (Chine collé).
Arrival Day - this is the first date listed above
Courses start early evening. Residential students to arrive from 4pm, non-residential students to arrive by 6.45pm.
6.45pm: Welcome, followed by dinner (included).
8 - 9pm: First teaching session, attendance is essential.
Classes 9.15 - 5pm, lunch is included.
From 6.30pm: Dinner (included for residential students).
Evening working - students may have access to workshops, but only with their tutor's permission and provided any health and safety guidelines are observed.
Classes 9.15am - 3pm, lunch is included.
Residential students are to vacate their rooms by 10am please.
(This timetable is for courses of more than one day in length. The tutor may make slight variations)
Dale Devereux Barker studied printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art. His colourful work is exhibited internationally and he has undertaken large scale public art commissions for both public and private clients. Best known as a printmaker using lino, he has pushed the boundaries of this medium into sculpture, vitreous enamel, ceramic and the artists book.