Classes: Low Tech Printmaking

Low-tech Printmaking with Natasha Smith

Explore the basics of low-tech printmaking and investigate processes that can be done without the use of a printmaking press. Simple plate-making and image transfer methods will be demonstrated and students will learn a variety of printmaking techniques including: basic relief printing (lino cuts & speedycut), collagraph (printing from collaged plates) & monoprinting (one of a kind prints). This is a very popular and fun, process based course and is appropriate for artists of all levels.


Upcoming Courses: Winter/Spring 2013 Program will be announced soon!

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Instructor Bio

Natasha was born in England and following the completion of her Diploma in Art and Design in her home city of York, she completed her B.A hons in Fine Art Printmaking at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, Scotland. Natasha emmigrated with her husband in 1995 to Vancouver where she continued her printmaking at Malaspina Printmaking workshop. After moving to the Kootenays, Natasha began teaching at Kootenay School of the Arts. Natasha now lives with her family and maintains her studio practice in Passmore, just outside Nelson B.C. and is on the faculty of Oxygen Art Centre.

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