Kitchen Lithography: Drawing with Chocolate Saturday Workshop
Kitchen lithography is a good introduction to lithography as it works with the same principle that oil and water do not mix, but within this workshop the process relies on ingredients you would find in your kitchen. We will draw with chocolate and soap and etch with lemon juice or coke.
Invented by Émilee Aizier as a non-toxic alternative to traditional lithography, Kitchen Lithography gives immediate results and achieves an impressive range of marks and subtlety that you can reproduce at home.
During this Saturday workshop we will cover:
- Creating a kitchen litho plate
- Drawing materials and mark making
- Etching technical process
- Paper handling
- Set up and use of the press
Suitable for those with no printmaking experience and those wishing to refresh their skills. Suitable for ages 14 and up.
Maximum 10 participants.
Unit 7A, Level 3, New England House, Brighton
Saturday 11am- 3pm
– 28th March (spaces available)
– 9th May (spaces available)
– 11th July (spaces available)
(WHEN BOOKING PLEASE WRITE THE DATE YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND IN THE ‘NOTES TO SELLER’ SECTION OF THE PAYMENT FORM.)
£30, materials included
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