Introduction to Woodcut





Woodcut is one of the most direct and immediate printmaking process you can do, cutting away a surface to leave a top surface which then can be printed from.  Woodcut is traditionally done with a piece of side grain would such as a plank maple or oak.  However we would now normally use plywood or MDF depending on what quality of image the artist is looking for.

Course structure

• View artwork related to the particular process
• Introduction to the process and technique
• Preparing an image to put onto the plate
• Demonstration and assistance of processing the plate
• Printing the plate 

Experience level

Beginner or Artists who want a complete refresh.


Four hours 9am to 1pm
Evening classes can be arranged by appointment. This will be completed in two evenings, with 2 hours per night.

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