The Fascinating World of Stencil Imagery

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Designed for inquisitive minds with an artistic bent, this two-day workshop will introduce you to the world of the stencil print. Try your hand at a type of stencil printmaking that originated in Japan, known as the Kappazuri print, and was then adopted and adapted by famed Inuit printmakers. Newcomers to the process will discover an exciting way of art-making. Those who have already completed stage 1 will explore elaborate imagery and color blends.

We’ll add a dash of southern imagery and flavour, experiment with inks and unique brushes, to create imagery on exquisite paper. We will guide you through the exploration of this diverse process, which is ideal for the home-based studio as no elaborate equipment is required.

All supplies and equipment included.

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