SAM SOSNOWSKI | MOKULITO WOOD LITHOGRAPHY
Mokulito, which means “wood lithography”, is a relatively new technique developed in the 1970’s by Ozaku Schisi, and more recently by Polish printmaker Eva Budka.
Mokulito utilizes and adapts the principles of lithography allowing you to print from a wooden surface rather than a stone or aluminium plate. This technique enables you to blend pure litho tones and sharp woodcut marks on the same piece of plywood, using a wide range of drawing materials directly on the surface of the plywood without the use of acids, etches or turpentine.
The first day of the workshop will consist of an introduction to the whole process, working on a design as well as transferring the design onto the plywood. The second day will be producing an edition from your work.
Dates | Saturday & Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm, 19 & 20 May 2018
Workshop Fee | $295 (There will be an additional materials fee of $25)
Course Code | MO1801
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