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Sunday 15th Feb Reduction Lino printing Using easy-cut lino, learn the basic technique of reduction lino cuts and complete your first multicolour print Materials provided 10.30-4 £23 (tools if needed £5 extra- please order when booking)

Monday 23rd Feb Lino Printing with 2 plates. Printing with two or more plates create more complex designs Materials provided 10.30-4 £23 (tools if needed £5 extra- please order when booking)

Wed 25th Feb Book binding 1 Concertina books and stab stitch techniques 10.30 -4 £20 each workshop including most materials ‘What to bring’ list when booking Monday

March 2nd Book binding 2 Books using longstitch and expanding spines 10.30 -4 Sunday

March 8th Book binding 3 Coptic binding and Open Spine Techniques. For those with some experience. 10.30 -4

Monday 9th March & Monday 16th March Portraiture: Structure, form and contour: build up a likeness directly from the model. Tutor: Glenn Ibbitson Model: Carole King Work in Acrylic or Oils Bring painting materials of your choice and a panel or canvas of your preferred size Each session 10.30 – 3pm Two day course: £45 . maximum 4 people

Wed 18th March Graphic novels and the Cartoon Strips Do you have a story in you, but feel daunted by the prospect of days at a keyboard? Then consider the medium of the Graphic Novel. A one-day workshop which will guide you through the basic visual language of ‘sequential art’ to develop a your idea through a balance of word and picture. Tutor: Glenn Ibbitson A fine artist influenced by the medium of comics, he is now the author of three graphic novels, with a further book in production 10.30 – 4pm. £20 All materials provided.

Monday 30th March Collage: Beyond Two Dimensions Lifting the practice of paper mosaic and assemblage from the flat page to produce works in Relief, Pop-ups, Tunnel Books, Boxes and etc. One day course guaranteed to produce intriguing conversation pieces. Tutor: Glenn Ibbitson 10.30 – 4pm. £20 All materials provided

Wed 8th April & Mon 13th April The Surreal Still-Life: Too often, Still-Life is to the painter what scales are to the pianist. Still-Life can be much more than just an exercise. By substituting vases of flowers or bowls of fruit for a range of more unusual objects in an imaginative composition, your painting will develop over two days into a painting which transcends the genre and feeds the imagination. Work in Acrylic or Oils Bring painting materials of your choice and a panel or canvas of your preferred size Bring two objects which have a special meaning for you to include in your set-up. Each session 10.30 – 4pm. Two day course: £40

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