Linoleum block printing, also known as “lino printing,” is a printmaking process whereby the image you design is printed from the raised surface with the cutting away of the non-image areas. We will use a slightly softer rubber product, try 2 types of inks, learn to safely use cutting gouges, a rubber brayer (ink roller), and learn how to center your prints.
All other tools and aprons are provided, assorted papers and designs to be inspired by. Once your print is cut, it can be applied over and over again. This is a great workshop if you would like to create a card design to give again and again--or use it on fabric! Ages 8 up.
Instructor: Liz Cutler
$25 members; $35 non-members