Workshop: G. W. Bot

LINOCUT WITH G.W. BOT

This is an excellent opportunity to study lino techniques with a master printmaker.

Creating a print by cutting into lino is simple but can result in rich & highly complex prints. Learn how to prepare your block & registration systems.  Look at the various cutting tools & safer ways of working and discover printing by hand with a baren or how to use a press.  Various papers suitable for printing will also be explored.

You will be guided by linocut artist G.W. Bot (Chrissie Grishin) who studied in London, Paris & Australia & graduated from the Australian National University in 1982.

GW Bot, Glyphs – The Creation, 2016, linocut on tapa cloth, 114 x 184cm

She has been a full-time artist since 1985 and has held over fifty solo exhibitions throughout Australia & internationally.

Her work is represented in over one hundred public collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, the Albertina Vienna, the British Museum London, the Victoria & Albert Museum London, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris & Fogg Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard University, USA, as well as in numerous Australian regional galleries, corporate & private collections.

Where:  Warringah Printmakers Studio, Cnr Condamine & Lovett St, Manley Vale, NSW
When:  Saturday 30 September & Sunday 1 October
Time: 10am to 4pm
Pricing & Bookings: Click here       

Webmaster Note: A short review, including further images, of G.W. Bot’s 2016 Australian Galleries exhibition entitled Riverbed Glyphs can be read here.
Review courtesy of our member Claire.

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