Washroom WorkShop: Bringing Printmaking to All

by Mary Dalton in Rowland's Castle, England, United Kingdom

We did it
On 25th July 2020 we successfully raised £2,742 with 32 supporters in 28 days

To create a traditional Print WorkShop in our terraced house, for community print projects, research, practice and traditional arts exposure

by Mary Dalton in Rowland's Castle, England, United Kingdom

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Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£50 or more

2 of 25 claimed

£50 Reward

A full set of 26 hand designed, printed and editioned lino-cut colouring sheets. Each a letter of the alphabet and based upon our native woodlands here in Souther England. Each print is 16cm x 22cm.

£20 or more

£20 Reward

2 packs of original hand printed and collaged greeting cards. Each pack contains 5 unique, signed cards.

£100 or more

2 of 10 claimed

£100 Reward

An original print of approximately A4 size and a DIY print by post of approximately A4. The unique print will be a lucky dip and will be anything from a dry-point, through to an etching to a lithograph. All my own prints are one-offs so I can not guarantee which one! The DIY print will contain everything you need to create your own paper-dry-point, which you can post back to me and I will print on the newly installed Rochat for you!

£500 or more

0 of 2 claimed

£500 Reward

A unique original print of approximately A3 plus a 1 day stone litho masterclass for you or a designated friend (when suitable time works with regards to C-19). The print will be a random choice, but all signed and original. The stone litho class will cover all processes of drawing and printing.

£1,000 or more

0 of 2 claimed

£1000 Reward

A two day masterclass for you and a friend in either stone lithography, paper-dry-point or lino cut. A chance to design a series of small prints which I will later edition and present in a beautiful hand made box. A unique original print approximately A3 in size. A set of the alphabet print colouring sheets.

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