Dekkle Printmaking Studio Ltd has temporarily suspended open access to members due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak. We appreciate that artists need to produce Art therefore we will be closely monitoring developments and following government advice so that we can make an informed choice for future use of the studio. During this time, we will be still offering our remote access service.
Artist Remote Access:
As we are all self-isolating, Remote Access is one of the only ways an artist can now get their hands on the traditional processes. Dekkle has been developing different remote access methods for artists to create artwork which then can be printed traditionally. These are as follows:
1, Drawing digitally on an iPad or similar device. Email the drawing to us (JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PSD and SVG) This file can then be converted into a relief or intaglio plate.
2, Take a photograph of the artwork (painting, drawing, sketch etc) which we can then digitise convert into a relief or in intaglio plate.
3, Steel, zinc and copper plates can be prepared and posted to you. Once you have returned your completed plate, we will process it to your requirements, for example, proof, aquatint etc.
Due to the specific nature of each job, pricing will be on request of the service.
In these unprecedented times, members can use your purchased “sessions blocks” as payment for remote access service (excludes postage).
Members: if you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us, I am sure that we will be able to help.
For any more information about our remote access service or general information about the studio please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are an independent Fine Art Atelier Printmaker, Publisher and Educator specialising in Intaglio, Relief, Stone Litho and Digital to Analogue printing based in the town of Baldock, only 35 minutes from King’s Cross London.
We offer a unique creative space for all artists: from the professional to the beginner.
Our mission is to create an unforgettable experience while supporting you in your artistic journey. We pride ourselves on the ‘Symbolic Interactionism’ of the Atelier system, which will allow you to explore, process ideas and techniques which you thought were impossible.
‘Digital to Analogue’ is a term that we use to explain how artists can combine the traditional with modern methods to allows the digital artist to fully explore 19th and 20th century printmaking bringing a new and vibrant quality two digital Artwork.
Have a project in mind or always wanted to learn how Rembrandt made his prints? Please request a free consultation.