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Essex Print Studio hosts workshops and classes in a range of printmaking techniques. We invite practising, professional printmakers to design and run some exciting and interesting classes at Hippo Screenprinters’ studio in Margaretting. We are also working with some alternative venues in Essex in which to hold a selection of our classes in order to expand our possibilities.

Our workshops and classes are designed to appeal to everyone from interested beginners to professional artists wishing to extend their practice. We update the list regularly so keep checking for new classes. EPS members receive a 10% discount on the published price (click on the 'members' instead of 'book' button).

Kitchen Litho Improvers

COMING SOON …..

11.00am – 5.00pm

Standard Tickets £75 per person

Tutor: Caroline Whitehead

Venue: Essex Print Studio

Kitchen Litho is a great technique for anyone who enjoys drawing and experimenting with different kinds of mark-making. Unlike in traditional lithography, which uses a stone or metal plate, Kitchen Litho has been developed and adapted to use only everyday items which everyone has in their kitchen !

‘Kitchen Litho Improvers’ is designed for those who have tried this fascinating technique before and those who attended our previous ‘Kitchen Litho Beginners’ class. Caroline will demonstrate more adventurous techniques and an effective way to register multiple plates for colour printing. Students will then use these techniques to create their own prints and small artist’s books under Caroline’s guidance.

If you want to book both dates please email us directly for a discount. Both classes booked together will be £135. Email website@essexprintstudio.co.uk

We will be printing our Litho prints using the excellent ‘Xcut Xpress’ portable die cutting machine, which is a very affordable way of making great prints at home.

All materials will be provided but we suggest that you bring along a packed lunch.

All ticket sales are final and unfortunately we cannot issue any refunds, except in exceptional circumstances.

Suitable for those who have some experience

Etching Without Acid

COMING SOON …. 

11.00am – 5.00pm

Standard Tickets £75 per person

Tutor: Julieta Hernandez Adame 
Venue: Essex Print Studio

In this class we will introduce you to a safer and more environmentally friendly etching process, using common materials available to everyone and some classic alternatives too.

You will learn how to prepare a zinc plate with an acrylic ground, draw your design into the ground, and then etch it using a copper sulphate solution which etches without producing toxic fumes and so is a contribution to a cleaner environment.

We will also show you how to ink and print your plate and you’ll go home with a small edition of prints.

Please be aware that although this technique is much safer than acid etching, some of the materials used can be harmful if used without a mask or gloves (These items will be available on the day). Not suitable for children or pregnant women. We will also be using white spirit for cleaning up so please let us know at the beginning of the class that you are ok with this.

Suitable for beginners and those with some experience.

All materials provided.

All orders are final and unfortunately we cannot issue any refunds, except in exceptional circumstances.

Monotype Screenprinting

COMING SOON …

10.00am – 4.00pm

Standard Tickets £75 per person

Tutor: Lynne Blackburn
Venue: Essex Print Studio

This class is designed for complete beginners or as a fun refresher for those with some experience of screenprinting. The class will introduce you to several different techniques to produce painterly Monotypes & Monoprints using Silkscreen Printing frames.

You will experiment with painting and drawing directly onto the screen, and handpainting with drawing fluid and screen block to create a stencil on the screen, before pulling a series of one-off, painterly prints.

All the methods used are easily transferable to continuing your work and creating more unique prints at home, with the minimum of equipment.

Come prepared to experiment and play and leave technology behind for a few hours ! You are welcome to bring images, sketchbooks or printouts to use as inspiration if you would like to.

All bookings are final and we are not able to issue any refunds, except in exceptional circumstances

If you would like to book with a group of 4 or 5 people contact us directly for a discount ! 


ETCHED & CUT LINO WEEKEND

COMING SOON …

10.00am – 4.00pm

Standard Ticket £185 per person

Tutor: Steve Edwards
Venue: Essex Print Studio

This exciting weekend workshop is suitable for those who are already familiar with lino cutting techniques and who want to add a new dimension to their practice. Over the 2 days you will create an A4 lino print using 2 or 3 lino blocks and combining both cut and etched marks. This will involve learning how to etch the lino block using a solution of caustic soda. You will learn how to register your multiple lino blocks so that they print over each other.

You will need to have an idea of your image to bring with you and it should involve some textural background areas and other, strongly defined elements.

Your tutor for the weekend will be Steve Edwards, Artist & Printmaker, who is a member of East London Printmakers; Greenwich Printmakers; and the Printmakers Council. You can see some of his work, including his beautiful views of London and other landscapes, which utilise the etched lino technique, here http://steveedwardsart.com/ For more inspiration have a look at our Facebook page to see some of the beautiful prints created on our previous weekend workshops – https://www.facebook.com/essexprintstudio/

All materials will be provided but you might like to bring along a packed lunch

This class is limited to a maximum of 6 people. All bookings are final and we are unable to issue refunds except in exceptional circumstances

Lino Printing

Saturday 11th June 2022

10.00am – 1.00pm

Standard Tickets £54.49 per person

Tutor: Eleanor Mulinder of Wee Bothy Art
Venue: Essex Print Studio

An introduction to linocut printing workshop. Learn how to carve and print a one colour linocut print by hand.

This 3 hour hands-on workshop is designed for complete beginners. You will be guided through the process of designing, carving and printing your own lino block; how to use the carving tools and the basic cutting techniques; how to develop your image for printing and the process of transferring it on to the lino block ready to print; and how to ink your lino block and how to burnish prints by hand

By the end of the workshop you will have a small edition of your own prints and the knowledge and skills to continue your lino printing journey at home.

Places are limited to 6 people so you will receive plenty of individual tuition time.

All tools and materials are provided including carving tools, soft cut lino, drawing equipment, inks, rollers and paper. Please bring your own apron.

Mokulito Printing

COMING SOON !

Contact us for more info or check back here occasionally for updates

Standard Tickets

Tutor: Caroline Whitehead

Venue: Essex Print Studio

Mokulito is a form of lithography and is a great technique for anyone who enjoys drawing and experimenting with different kinds of mark-making. Unlike in traditional lithography, which uses a stone or metal plate, for mokulito, the image is drawn on a plywood plate, offering the opportunity to make large prints relatively economically. Because wood is an organic substance, the image changes slightly each time the plate is printed, meaning that editions are small and variable. As the printing session progresses, the grain of the wood gradually becomes more dominant, often producing the evocative veils of colour that are so characteristic of this technique. A particular advantage of using wood as the printing matrix is the possibility of combining mokulito with woodcut, which can be used to produce contrasting sharp lines and textures. This one day workshop will teach you how to draw, process and print one or two mokulito plates

All materials will be provided but we suggest that you bring along a packed lunch.

Suitable for beginners.

Children’s Summer Art Classes

Tuesday Mornings for 6 weeks – starting July 26th 2022

10.30am – 12.00 noon

Standard Tickets: £16 per session / total of £96 for all 6 sessions

For children aged between 7 and 14 years

Tutor: Eleanor Mulinder of Wee Bothy Art
Venue: Essex Print Studio

What the children will learn:

Sessions will be fun, engaging and educational.

The classes will be well rounded and cover a wide variety of mediums and techniques to broaden their skill base and understanding. The children will be taken through the stages of art making from the conception of an idea to the completion of a project.

Places are limited to 12 students to allow for plenty of individual tuition time.

All equipment and materials are provided. Please bring your own apron or old clothes to work in.

Pop Art Screen Printing

SOLD OUT

11.00am – 5.00pm

Standard Tickets £95 per person

Tutor: Julieta Hernandez Adame & David Vassie
Venue: Essex Print Studio

Learn to screen print using simple techniques of hand painting onto the screens, cut and torn paper stencils, and the layering of bold with transparent colours. while creating a bold, colourful poster inspired by Pop artist Corita Kent.
Kent incorporated advertising slogans and song lyrics, as well as biblical verses and quotes from literature, to create vibrant screen prints.
On this one day workshop you will learn and experiment with these simple techniques which are all easy to achieve at home with the minimum of equipment. Through experimenting and playing you will create your own poster to take home.
Corita Kent advised her students never to start a project with a content-driven idea, but to focus first on shapes and colours or whatever visually interests them, which then – in the process of engagement – would naturally produce content.
Suitable for complete beginners and those who want to explore fun, analogue screen printing techniques.
Bring images that can inform your design, or could even be collaged into it. Wear something you wouldn’t mind staining, the process is not messy but art materials have their ways to get into places!

All materials provided.

All orders are final and unfortunately we cannot issue any refunds, except in exceptional circumstances.



Life Drawing

FIRST WEDNESDAYS ! Every month, first Wednesday of the month 6pm – 8pm

NEXT CLASS – WEDS 3rd August 2022

Tickets £12 per person

Tutor: Untutored
Venue: Essex Print Studio

Untutored Life Drawing sessions at Essex Print Studio.

We’ll be changing models frequently so you have a chance to draw directly from clothed and unclothed models; male and female models; and we even have a few surprises up our sleeves such as Mum and baby models and even two models together !

We’ll begin the class with some short poses to get us loosened up and move onto longer poses after that.

Please bring along your own preferred materials to use. We will have some materials and paper available for you to buy if you need to and we have a couple of large easels and plenty of smaller boards / clip boards you can use.

All orders are final and unfortunately we cannot issue any refunds, except in exceptional circumstances.

Gift Vouchers

Why not treat your loved one to the gift of ART this Christmas ! We have vouchers available for either £10 or £25 which are redeemable against the cost of any of our classes and/or workshops. We’ll even post them to you inside a hand-printed Christmas card ! To use the voucher simply enter the code on the voucher into the Eventbrite booking form for your chosen class.