Printmaking Workshops: Collagraph - Colour Burst
with Bernhardine Mueller at Centrehouse Arts Centre
178 Longueville Road, Lane Cove
2 days – Friday, 9 May & Friday, 16 May 2014
from 10am – 2pm
In this course we explore the rich mark-making possibilities of printmaking. You will create Collagraphs with using experimental non-metal plates with the application of textured materials. This intensive course will provide an individual approach for all printmakers, focussing on safe printmaking techniques with Collagraphs including colour roll-ups, a la poupé and viscosity printing . By the end of the workshop the artist/student will have gained insight into printmaking with its endless possibilities and achieved the aim of finishing a small run of a Limited Edition Fine Art Print - hand pulled. Demonstration and examples of work will be introduced during the workshop and tutor will work closely with all artists to develop a small body of work. A materials list is here, consisting mainly of very inexpensive materials.
Cost: $220 for both workshops as they are run in a series.
Class size is limited to 7 people.
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Artist, Bernhardine Mueller
Bernhardine is passionate about print making and wants everyone she meets to be as inspired by the process as she is. Her enthusiasm is infectious and thus she is inspiring to her students.
Bernhardine’s forte is traditional Etching. Her work is her response to the Australian landscape, which Bernhardine Mueller studied printmaking at Meadowbank Technical College, and at the National Art School, East Sydney, where she gained her Diploma of Fine Arts.She is an established Artist/Printmaker and teacher, who is passionate about promoting the art of printmaking. Her artworks, large and in miniature, are exhibited Australia-wide and internationally and have gained her a multitude of First prizes and Awards.Bernhardine has 20 years experience as a teacher of printmaking, continuing to inspire students with her unique style she finds compelling - from the harshness of the outback to the beauty of its flora and fauna. She gains her inspiration both from the power of imagination and the actual world we live in.