Intaglio Printmaking - a talk with demonstration by Peg Morris of Kew Studios
Saturday 29th May
Peg Morris is a local artist & printmaker. She draws, paints, makes etches, collagraphs, lithographs and artists' books. Peg works at Kew Print Studio where she teaches etching.
Her work is held in the V&A archive, and the Printmakers Council Archive at the Scarborough Art Gallery as well as in private collections across the UK and the rest of the world.
Intaglio printing is a group of printmaking techniques where the image is incised, or scratched into a surface and those scratches hold the ink for printing. It is the direct opposite of a relief print (linocuts for instance).
Tickets for this talk & demonstration are very limited as this will be held in-person at the Landmark Arts Centre. Seating will be at safe distance from one another, and masks must be worn unless exempt.
Your booking for this talk also includes being able to visit the rest of the festival exhibition afterwards.