Surrey Print Club with Paul Wye
Alongside our regular Sketchbook Club classes we are offering a fabulous opportunity to develop your print-making practice over time. Open to all Alumni from our existing print workshops and courses, Surrey Print Club will be a regular group that meets once every 6 weeks for tutorials, discussion and practice all led by the amazing Paul Wye.
Calling all print-makers!
Join our club of amateur print-makers for regular meet ups with a small group of learners with the chance to exhibit your work at Surrey Art School at the end of the cycle.
Whether you're a lover of lithography, lino, love to mono-print or you're an etcher at heart, this regular club is a chance to meet and make with like-minded creatives and to gain deeper understanding of print and clarity over your ideas as well as broadening your technical understanding of the medium.
Led by experimental artist-printmaker Paul Wye (MA Printmaking) you will commit to 6 sessions throughout the year that will give you time to gain vital verbal and practical feedback in your practice and to develop depth and dimension in the way you work with print.
Each session lasts 3.5 hours and will be a combination of tutorials, group feedback and practical experimentation in order to build your confidence in your own creative journey and a better understanding of what makes you tick as a print-maker!
Session dates are below and we ask for a commitment to all 6 sessions to ensure that you get the very best from this experience.
Studio Location: All workshops take place in our fully equipped studio: The Old Dairy, Dean House Farm, Newdigate, Dorking, RH5 5DL. The studio is located in a beautiful rural setting with stunning views and plenty of free parking onsite. Contact Ellie: 07861 761 167
Book online to secure your spot. Full Booking terms and conditions are here. This is a focused group with opportunities for feedback and development over time and therefore committing to all sessions is really important. Session Price: £45 per session / 6 session pass: £250 (recommended).