All Levels Printmaking

Rachel Cohen
£180

Suitable for all levels including beginners.

This 10 week course introduces several types of monoprinting, and then relief and intaglio techniques using simple and recycled materials such as lino, card and plastic. You will work with water based, non toxic inks, various papers and collage techniques. The printing press will be used but most of the techniques need no specialist equipment so you can continue working with them outside the course.

Suitable for all levels including beginners, no experience or art training is needed. The sessions will follow the same sequence as the spring term. Returning students or others familiar with the techniques are welcome, and may work on their own projects independently or try more advanced techniques with guidance and advice from the tutor as needed.
All images are students’ own work.

Red Room

Most materials are provided, but you may want to purchase some extra paper later in the course. Students are invited to bring images and ideas but the tutor will also provide objects and images to inspire you. Please wear old clothes as printing can be messy.

Rachel studied Art History (BA) at Sussex University and Fine Art (PG Dip) at Brighton. She has an MA in museum and gallery education from the Institute of Education, London. She learned printmaking at a private college in Treviso, Italy and at Kensington and Chelsea Institute in London. Rachel works with wide range of techniques and materials. She makes paintings and sculptures, site-specific installations and performances. Recent projects include residencies in Ireland, Spain, Brazil, Portugal and Denmark, solo exhibitions at Regency Town House and Newhaven Fort and group shows in Brighton, London and Eastbourne.

Read More

Suitable for all levels including beginners.

This 10 week course introduces several types of monoprinting, and then relief and intaglio techniques using simple and recycled materials such as lino, card and plastic. You will work with water based, non toxic inks, various papers and collage techniques. The printing press will be used but most of the techniques need no specialist equipment so you can continue working with them outside the course.

Suitable for all levels including beginners, no experience or art training is needed. The sessions will follow the same sequence as the spring term. Returning students or others familiar with the techniques are welcome, and may work on their own projects independently or try more advanced techniques with guidance and advice from the tutor as needed.
All images are students’ own work.

Red Room

Most materials are provided, but you may want to purchase some extra paper later in the course. Students are invited to bring images and ideas but the tutor will also provide objects and images to inspire you. Please wear old clothes as printing can be messy.

Rachel studied Art History (BA) at Sussex University and Fine Art (PG Dip) at Brighton. She has an MA in museum and gallery education from the Institute of Education, London. She learned printmaking at a private college in Treviso, Italy and at Kensington and Chelsea Institute in London. Rachel works with wide range of techniques and materials. She makes paintings and sculptures, site-specific installations and performances. Recent projects include residencies in Ireland, Spain, Brazil, Portugal and Denmark, solo exhibitions at Regency Town House and Newhaven Fort and group shows in Brighton, London and Eastbourne.

Read More

Course Details

Contact Us

PHOENIX ART SPACE

10–14 Waterloo Place
Brighton, BN2 9NB
East Sussex, UK

+44 (0)1273 603700

info@brightonphoenix.org

Stay updated

Sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about events and exhibitions.

Phoenix is supported by
Members of

Copyright © 2020 Phoenix Arts Association Ltd | Privacy Policy

Website design by Osomi