Online workshops, broadcast LIVE from my studio!
In reduction linocut (otherwise known as suicide linocut), the design is produced from one single linocut block, layering up the colour each time the linocut is cut. This technique is a challenging way to produce an edition of prints, as by the end of the session there will be little to none left of your linocut block! Detailed instructions will be given before the start of the workshop so you will have time to prepare your design and be clear about what will be achieved during the workshop.
Do watch the video for more information.
How it works
All of my workshops are delivered via Zoom which is an online video conferencing app. If you're new to Zoom, you might have heard of people having 'Zoom meetings' with work colleagues. It basically means they used the Zoom app to facilitate the online meeting.
You don't need to have prior Zoom experience to attend a workshop.
Before the workshop, I send attendees an email with a Zoom link to click on which will require access to your device's camera and mic so that you can join the virtual group session!
It's easy to use and a great way to join in with my fun online workshops without leaving your home!
All you need is a smartphone or computer that has a camera and mic and a good internet connection so that you don't miss a thing.
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My name is Sam, I'm a printmaker working from my studio in rural Northamptonshire. I've recently left London after 22 years and am now enjoying the fresh air, open skies and wildlife of my new life in the country.
Miss Marple my ever faithful mini dachshund loves it too!
When I'm not in my studio I teach printmaking at the Royal Drawing School and also at the Working Men's College, London.