Exploring Printmaking Techniques – Daniel Lipstein
15th November 2019 - 17th November 2019| €350
Date: 15th Nov – 17th Nov 2019
Medium: Various Printmaking techniques
Participants: maximum 8
Course level: Beginners – Advanced
Represented by The Graphic Studio Gallery Dublin, The Printmakers Gallery Dublin and SO Fine Art Editions.
Daniel Lipstein is a printmaker and painter, member of The Graphic Studio Dublin since 2002. Upon his graduation in 2006 from the fine art print faculty of NCAD he received the CAP Foundation award that allowed him to do large scale paintings in 2007, in 2009 he graduated from the MFA course in the same faculty in NCAD.
He won several awards including the K&M Evans award for painting in the RHA in 2017 and first prize in the Biennial fine art print competition, ‘Impressions’ at Galway Arts Centre in 2010. Daniel is teaching a comprehensive traditional printmaking course at Trinity Art Workshop, Trinity College Dublin.
This is a three day comprehensive traditional creative printmaking course that teaches several disciplines. The aim of the course is to facilitate the participants in being effective using the main disciplines of printmaking. In this intensive fun workshop participants will be guided through each stage and skill and will end up with very attractive finished work and edition-able prints.
The course will cover the following printing techniques:
Day one: Monotype, carborundum, dry-point and multi-plates registration.
Day two: Soft ground and hard ground etching. Aquatint.
Day three: Proofing and creating small editions, working in any of the skills learnt during the first three days, and combining them.