Inspired Botanical Printmaking
Sunday 17 January, 10 am to 3pm
Suitable for: Adults
Spend the morning exploring and finding inspiration in the gardens surrounding the All Hallows’ Convent and in Helen Earl’s botanical artwork Short, careful steps. Using this inspiration you will create your own floral pattern as lino block to print on your choice of eco-friendly tea towel or scarf. Both products are made of natural biodegradable fabrics.
Experienced printmaker and visual artist, Claudia Husband, will teach the versatile and accessible technique of lino block printing.
The workshops cater to all skill levels; beginners through to advanced level participants are welcome to attend. Lunch and all materials are provided in this all-day workshop.
Claudia Husband is a visual artist trained in printmaking in both Australia and the United States, currently residing in Brisbane. Her work explores notions of nostalgia and personal familiarity to natural environments, through a detailed exploration of material and mark making in printmaking and drawing.