Your tutor : Lucy May Scofield
Lucy May Schofield (1979) is a British printmaker. After studying at the London College of Printing she spent several years living in Japan, and despite now being based back in the UK, she continues to study wood-block printing with Japanese master craftspeople using traditional and contemporary mokuhanga techniques. This year she was elected an Associate member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. Her work has recently been presented at The Kentler International Drawing Space in New York, Southern Vermont Arts Centre and The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition London. Her work is held in public and private collections including Tate Britain, The Ashmolean Museum Oxford, Yale Centre for British Art and Stanford University. In 2021 she was awarded a Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust award to develop her practice in mokuhanga. Lucy was awarded the Flourish Award for excellence in printmaking in 2020.
Experience level :
This course is ideally suited to those with some book making experience, however all the basic methods of Japanese binding will be covered so beginners are welcomed.
What’s included on the course?
All course prices include basic materials such as inks, paper, tools and equipment needed to complete the course.
After attending a course with us, you will be able to join WYPW as a member to continue to practice the skills you have learned. Sign up for membership within one month of attending the course and you will receive a £5 discount. Find out more about membership here: https://www.wypw.org/shop/standard-membership/
- If you have to cancel:
- 16-12 weeks before the course: 50 % of the fee will be retained by WYPW
- Less than 12 weeks before the course: 100% of the fee will be retained by WYPW
- Please note that full payment is required for non-attendance on a booking that has been transferred.
- If we have to cancel: