Experimental Monoprinting and Screenprinting

with Eszter Bornemisza

Monday 3rd to Thursday 6th September (4 days) 10am-5pm each day


Plus £5 per day for lunch (optional) – all dietary requirements catered for

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This class introduces printing techniques that can be used on both paper and textile. Students will explore the vast possibilities of monoprinting, stencil printing and screenprinting using different types of paint. A great variety of resists including paper, string, wax, flour and acrylic medium will be introduced along with scratching and paint-lifting techniques to help students to discover the most appropriate technique for their artistic expression.

This class is suitable for all abilities.

About the tutor

Eszter starting to work as a quilter in the late 1990s, before her interest turned, in recent years, towards large scale transparent textiles. Lately she has expanded the multi-layered networks of the cities into the form of three dimensional objects and installations. She uses recycled paper, reprinted newspaper, discarded threads and yarns or even gut in the netted and dimensionally shaped pieces.

  • To connect with Eszter, or see her recent works, go to her Facebook page
  • To see more examples of Eszter’s work, take a look at her website

Eszter Bornemisza Monoprint 1

Eszter Bornemisza Monoprint 2

Eszter Bornemisza Monoprint 3