Silk Screen Printing: Projects (Part 2) with Alondene Phillips
Five week Creative Course
Autumn 5-week Term 2 (only):
2 November – 30 November 2020
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Who is this class suitable for?
Suitable for any level of experience.
What will be covered in the class?
This five-week course builds on Developing a Photo Emulsion Silk Screen, providing you with the opportunity to develop your ideas further by working on an individual project. You will expand your understanding and range of techniques, learning how to develop paper stencils to use alongside photo silk screens, use resist techniques, mix and overlay inks and images and register two colour prints.
What will I need to bring?
- Sketchbook with ideas, photos, patterns or images / or images (no bigger than A4)
- Sketchbook to use in the development of your work.
- Pens and pencils
- You may also wish to bring your own fabrics (natural fibres, I.e cotton, linen, silk, wool) or paper mediums
Art Studio, The art studio is situated at the top of a flight of stairs. Tools are all light and accessible. Work benches are not currently height adjustable.
Alondene Phillips originally studied a BA (Hons) in Printed Textile Design. During her BA she had the opportunity to study ceramics and discovered a lifelong passion. She has continued to study ceramics over the past 8 years and in 2017 returned to study an MA in Fine Art with a focus on Ceramics and Surface Design. Her practice focusses on using the print making and surface design techniques to explore different techniques and push boundaries. As a tutor Alondene aims to open up possibilities for her students and enable them to develop new skills and techniques that will inform and enhance their practice.