Mono Printing on Fabric is an intensive two day course with professional artist and experienced educator, Amarjeet Nandhra.
Thursday 24 June & 1 July
10.30am – 3pm
Limited to 6 artists
Course Fees: £135 Adults (£110 Concessions)
In this workshop you will explore a number of different exciting mono printing techniques such as painted, wiped and drawn mono prints. We’ll incorporate layering and building to produce rich surfaces that will explore pattern and texture. We shall use these techniques on fabric working with textile paints (binder and pigment).
No matter your level of experience, everyone is welcome to join this mono printing on fabric course.
Materials Required for Mono Printing on Fabric
We shall supply:
- A mix of 50mm & 110mm foam / sponge rollers
- A mix of 50mm, 100mm & 150mm hard rollers
- The printing sheets
- Mixing pots and spoons
- Fabric printing inks – (binder and pigment) : please note there is a small charge of £4 to be paid directly to the tutor
- A range of tissue paper
- A range of mark making tools
- Disposable Gloves
You will need to bring:
- A range of light weight fabrics (nothing that is too dark in colour); muslin, cottons, transparent
- Brown paper and any special tissue paper you want to include in your work
- Your own rollers if you prefer (Foam /Sponge and Hard)
- Any mark making tools: ends of paintbrushes, old pens, empty thread cones, empty sellotape roll, wire wool, knives, forks, credit card, spatulas … anything!
- An apron (and gloves if you require anything special)
- Kitchen Roll
We shall provide light refreshments throughout the day; however we do not provide lunch. Please bring your own lunch, or make the most of all that Dickens Yard has to offer.
About the Tutor
Amarjeet Nandhra is a practising artist, with training in Graphic Communication, Print and Textile Art. She has also worked as an Art Director on various independent short films.
Her teaching career spans over 25 years. As a freelance tutor and lecturer, she has taught a range of courses including printmaking, mixed media and textiles from beginner to diploma level.
Amarjeet is a member of Studio 21 textile art and Textile Study Group (TSG); two of the most exciting textile art groups.
For more information about Amarjeet and her work please visit her website