Linocut is a relief printing technique in which a linoleum block is cut into using a sharp gouge tool. The block is then inked with a roller and impressed onto paper, either by hand by burnishing on the back of the paper, or with a press. The higher (uncarved) areas of the block are the […]
We’ve had Alicia with us since June on work placement from Huddersfield University and she has been an absolute star in helping out around the workshops. A couple of weeks ago we had a session in the print room trying out some of the lovely new-to-us letterpress equipment.
West Yorkshire Print Workshop is delighted to be showing a selection of works by members of Yorkshire Sculptors Group, coinciding with the Yorkshire Sculpture International (22 June – 29 September).
Etching is an intaglio method of printmaking which uses an acid or mordant to make marks in a metal plate surface to create a design to be printed from. A metal plate, (usually copper, zinc or steel), is covered with a thin layer of waxy ground which is resistant to acid. The ground is then […]
FREE – Artist Talk As part of our series of events celebrating 35 years of WYPW, we welcome Jo Gorner for an informal artist talk. Jo is an experienced and established printmaker. She completed her first degree at the Ruskin School of Fine Art, Oxford University, where she was taught printmaking by Jean Lodge, who […]