Reduction Vinyl with Jacqui Dodds

16 & 17 August 2018

Using Japanese relief vinyl and your own design or image you will learn how to make a two or three colour layered reduction print. This is where one piece of vinyl is used multiple times in one print as the vinyl plate/block is recut after each colour printed. We will also cover tools, materials and registration techniques.

Japanese vinyl is a beautiful flexible printing substrate, which can be carved and printed in a similar way to traditional linoleum.

Although this is intended as an intermediate level lino/relief workshop, beginners have attended this course with very good results.

Jacqui Dodds is an artist working in paint and printmaking. She gained her degree in Fine Art specialising in Painting and printmaking at Glyndwr University, Wrexham.

Jacqui’s practice revolves around memories of places visited and the objects within them. Her artwork is exhibited in museums and heritage venues, such as Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery and has been part of a touring exhibition of a ‘Cabinet of Curiosity’ partly funded by Arts Council England. This toured different locations including Powis Castle & Wrexham Museum, whereby the artwork created and displayed was inspired by the place it was situated in. In the Autumn of 2016 Jacqui exhibited ‘Reveal, Conceal’, a collection of screen prints inspired by the Jewellery Quarter at BPN Architects in Birmingham. This year (2018) Jacqui is exhibiting new work with re:collect ‘An Undertaking’ in St Chad’s, Shrewsbury.

Awards include being a finalist in the neo:Print Prize, and the Nottingham Castle Open exhibition Prize as well as receiving Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts funding.

Non-members £140.00/Members £90.00
Booking essential (via email or telephone)

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