Experimental Printmaking Without a Press
During this course you will produce your own original art work using tutor guided processes and your own intuition. Throughout the course you will learn a range of printmaking techniques.
This course is designed to teach students the techniques required to work without the need for studio or workshop access, with minimal specialist equipment to produce exciting fine art pieces.
Through one to one tuition you will receive guidance and feedback from your tutor, learning the exciting possibilities through mark-making and print.
This course is a considered experimental approach to the various printmaking techniques demonstrated by the tutor and practiced by you. You will work towards finding an artistic identity, style and technique suited to your way of working and will be able to combine the techniques you’ve learned on to various handmade paper substrates.
It is particularly suitable for you if you would like to practice printmaking at home or do not have access to a print press and will cover a wide range of printmaking techniques.
You will be introduced to, and have a chance to practice, the following techniques:
Please note the course will not use an etching press.
1-1 technical tuition and feedback will be given throughout the course, discussing mark making possibilities and how to implement them using your hand pressure and rollers. You will leave with a range or original pieces that you have created.
Who should take this course
This course is suitable for those completely new to printing, individuals who would like to learn different techniques and those who would simply like to benefit from a refresh to reinvigorate their practice.
All levels are welcome there is one to one tuition to enable you – whatever your level to produce your pieces
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Sean Myers works with Foundation, BA and MA students at Central Saint Martins. He is an artist and lecturer and also runs a silkscreen printing studio in North London.
To see images of previous student work, view the galleries on Sean's website: www.seanmyersprint.com.
To learn more about Sean, read his interview on the CSM Short Courses blog here.
Please bring with you to the sessions any current projects that you are working on or interested in. Some materials are provided, but depending on your projects you may also like to bring:
If no dates are showing then please Enquire about this course and we will contact you when new dates are published.