Susie offers one-to-one tuition and tailored workshops for individual artists, art students, teachers, hobbyists and art groups looking to explore and develop ideas through printmaking with photopolymer plates / Solarplate.
Tuition can range from a one day introductory workshop to a course of weekly sessions. A great opportunity for learning new skills, portfolio development, or collaborative editioning. Days can be mutually arranged, and tailored to suit level of experience and ability. Suitable for complete beginners as well as for those with experience of Printmaking.
Susie also offers one-to-one tuition and tailored workshops in Fine Art Printmaking, including printmaking with photopolymer plates / Solarplate, to art groups, students, teachers, community groups, print workshops, museums and galleries on location, please see outreach/residency page.
Some examples of participants working with photopolymer plates / Solarplate. Image above represents artwork made by illustrator, Tina Jost.
Above: Mary-Anne Taylor, a commercial printer by trade and now an amateur wildlife photographer, has worked with Susie at the print room over the last two years creating stunning Solarplate fine art prints. Mary-Anne prints were recently exhibited, August 2016, at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge
Above: Illustrations by Tina Jost, transferred into Solarplate prints, 2015
Lisa Widemann, Head of Art at the German International School in Dubai, came to work with Susie at the Printroom to learn Solarplate. Lisa shared her experience with her students, back at the German International School in Dubai.
Above: Alex Hirtzel, is a multi media artist and educator who was appointed artist-in-residence at St James Park, London in partnership with the Mall galleries and the National Gallery, earlier this year, 2016. Alex worked with Susie at the printroom, to create solarplate prints as part of this community project exploring the importance of pollination. Her work was exhibited at St James Park.
Artist, Rika Newcombe working one-to-one with Susie, exploring Solarplate etching
For further information please contact Susie by email