SCENIC RIM ON LOCATION ARTS WORKSHOP @ Mt Alford Kooroomba Vineyard

Papercuts and Printmaking 

with Sally Hart
 

WHEN

Sun 27 May 2018

TIME

10am-4pm

WHERE

Kooroomba Vineyard and Lavender Farm
168 F M Bells Rd, Mt Alford via Boonah

COST

Workshop fee: $60
Materials fee: $10
to be paid to the artist on the day

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 Enquiries to Sally Hart. Email: sallhart@hotmail.com
or phone on 0422 242 102
Booking essential - limited places.

Go on an adventure with Kooroomba's 2017/18 artist in residence Sal Hart to experiment with relief surfaces and print textures to create artworks and your own journal.

WORKSHOP OUTLINE
This full day workshop will be held within the Olive Grove and the art studio which overlook the vineyard, lavender fields and the magnificent views of the Scenic Rim mountains.  The workshop includes an introduction to cutting stencils, paper cutting and mixed media printmaking. Learn skills in printmaking to produce artworks using paper cuts and printmaking techniques. You will also produce a small journal of ideas and drawings
The morning session will be run outdoors and is all about experimenting with printmaking techniques and paper cutting, while the afternoon will be spent assembling works and producing your journal to take away.

What resources to bring:  drawings and images you would like to use for inspiration and reference, your own drawing tool box and some scrap paper.
What to bring: drinking water, chair, sunscreen, hat, insect repellent, wear close in shoes, old clothes or apron.
Lunch: Workshop patrons will be able to purchase lunch from Kooroomba licenced Restaurant and Café. Due to licence arrangements, patrons cannot bring own lunch.  See menu www.kooroomba.com.au
Morning Tea & coffee provided.
Workshop suitable for beginners to experienced.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Sal’s vibrant graphic works explore the process of change in the natural environment and how we interact with it. Her work has an ephemeral, fun quality; it is spontaneous, and full of movement and style. The repetitive nature of the works is evidence of a reflective process. Much of her inspiration and techniques have been developed through her travels and stints in Indonesia, and more recently time spent in Mexico.

Sal is also particiating as an Open Studio artist in May 2018.  More info here

For more info on all 5 workshops in the SCENIC RIM ON LOCATION ARTS WORKSHOP 2018 SERIES