- All materials provided
- Complementary Tea & Coffee available
Gel Plate Printing 1 – Intro Techniques
In this fun and fast workshop you will get to learn the extremely addictive gel plate printing process for making monoprints from a gelatine-like base plate.
In this Workshop…
Master Maker Janina Maher will guide you through many techniques for making prints including mark making, direct painting, stencilling, stamping, and magazine image transfers.
These techniques can be used for representational work or can be completely abstract pieces. Be prepared to experiment and you will go home with an arm full of prints!
The gel plate is a gel based mono-printing surface and is perfect for making a series of one off prints. Whether you have a gel plate and never used it, have no idea what a gel plate printing is, or would like a refresher of some of the techniques, then you are most welcome on this workshop.
Important note on gel plates: If you don’t have a gel plate there will some available to borrow or buy on the day. Please click here to email Janina in advance of the workshop if you would like to reserve one to borrow or if you would like to buy one on the day. If you prefer to purchase in advance then the two brands recommended by Janina are Gelli Arts and Gel Press. Any size will be fine but Janina finds the 8” by 10” size very versatile.
Please bring with you to the workshop: A simple image you may want to work from e.g. flowers, an animal, a simple landscape. Janina will bring some references if you don’t have anything.
We kindly ask if you can arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time, as we always aim to start on time to ensure we have enough time to make our wonderful pieces. Thank you 🙂
Please note strict hygiene rules will be in place and all drinks are served in paper cups. Thank you for your understanding. For more info on our COVID safety protocols and booking terms click here
Read more about our fabulous Master Maker Janina on our Master Makers Page >
|Gel Plate Printing Dates||
4th November 2021 10am – 4pm, 18th November 2021 10am – 4pm