[ Online Workshop )
Turn your kitchen into an artist's studio.
Create your own unique prints using chocolate, soap, lemon juice or cola in this intimate workshop – all from the comfort of your own home.
Unlike traditional lithographic printing, kitchen lithography gives immediate, beautiful results using only ingredients you would find in your kitchen – draw with chocolate and soap, and etch with lemon juice or cola!
A fun workshop for all abilities led by Scarlett Rebecca.
Your ticket includes:
- Printmaking pack sent to your home jam-packed with materials (see below)
- Online tutorial videos (watch these before the workshop)
- A three hour live workshop via Zoom on Saturday 17 April at either 10am-1pm or 3-6pm.
Book early to avoid disappointment – booking closes on Wednesday 7 April. This is to ensure that you receive your materials pack in time for workshop. You will also be sent a collection of tutorial videos which will help you get the most out of the live workshop.
- Receive your very own printmaking pack in the post.
- In the week before the scheduled Zoom class:
- Watch Scarlett’s superb online tutorial video
- Gather any remaining materials you may need
- Start exploring the technique.
- Meet for an intimate 3-hour tutored Zoom session to explore the technique together, all the time guided and supported by Scarlett.
Once you have booked your ticket, instructions on how to join the event will be emailed to you 24 hours before the workshop takes place, so do keep an eye on your inbox. We will also contact you to to get the address you would like materials sent to you. These will be sent by Friday 9 April at the latest.
Printmaking Pack (sent to you in early April):
- Chinagraph pencil
- Cartridge paper x 10
- Printmaking paper x 5
- Printmaking Ink
- Greaseproof sheet
- 2 x Metal backing plates
- Tissue paper
- Printmaker’s Hand Scrub
- Printmaking glossary
- List of recommended suppliers
- List of recommended books/magazines/galleries
- A discount code for handprinted.com
Materials you will need to provide:
- Aluminium foil
- Sticky tape
- Wooden spoon
- Low odour white spirit or vegetable oil to clean up
- Rags/newspaper/kitchen towel to clean up
- Sharpie/Indian ink/oil pastels/soap*
- Palette knife*
- A3 sheet of acetate or similar plastic sheet*
* Recommended but not essential
Scarlett Rebecca has been teaching printmaking for over 10 years. After a serendipitous shuffle of job roles at Brighton University Scarlett was introduced to lithography 5 years ago and fell in love immediately. She now has two direct lithographic presses and nearly 20 stones! Scarlett works between her studios in Brighton and North Wales, teaching printmaking and producing intricately patterned portraits in relief print and lithography.