Following on from our Experimental Drawing Summer School week we launched into experimenting in print. All the methods we covered require minimal equipment but have maximum potential!
The Experimental Drawing Summer School was an intensive 4-day course encouraging the exploration of drawing through new ‘ways of seeing’.
Over a week of experimenting both out and about and back at the studio, the group produced exciting multi-sensory drawings of varying scales that challenged the perceptions of object, place and space.
Another year has passed and the month of June at Rabley wouldn’t be the same without Nik Pollard’s ‘Drawn to Nature’ course. Eight lucky students were able to immerse themselves for 3 days in the surrounding landscape of wild flower meadows and woodland.
Landscape drawing and monotype course
We have had a busy few weeks at Rabley with the course season well under way and Eileen Cooper’s ‘Garden’ exhibition has just opened in our new modified gallery space!
Emma Stibbon ran her ever popular and oversubscribed ‘Drawn to Landscape’ course at Rabley the weekend before last. The weather was a bit blowy and there was the occasional shower but this didn’t dampen everyone’s spirits!
20 November – 19 December
Rabley Artmas Fair of lustrous works on paper by
Eileen COOPER RA
Stephen CHAMBERS RA
Peter FREETH RA
Barbara RAE RA
Sean SCULLY RA
Emma STIBBON RA
Rabley artist in residence for 2014, Nik Pollard, ran his annual course at Rabley ‘Drawn to Nature’ at the weekend. The weather was fantastic this year (for once!) and this enabled everyone to fully immerse and attune themselves to the surrounding landscape of wild flower meadows and woodland.
iPad drawing for multi-plate intaglio printing – Part Two
In part two we have continued to develop images in the iPad using different layers and opacities to make more complex multi plate intaglio prints. I hope you find these photo’s helpful to remind you of the print stages. Do add comments and we look forward to seeing how your iPad drawings develop!
Meryl and Amy-Jane