Printmaking with Noah Warnes

Noah will be looking at non-traditional approaches to printmaking, focussing particularly on Drypoint. His workshops will run on the weekends of the 29th and 30th of June and the 27th and 28th of July. Whether you are an experienced printmaker or a novice Noah’s fresh approach to the medium will inspire you.

The full weekend workshop will cost just £80 including materials. To book or ask about how you will spend your weekend with Noah please use the handy contact form below or call the gallery on 01963 363456 between 11 and 3pm, Tuesday to Sunday. You can securely pay for your workshop here.

Noah draws his own influence from a wide range of sources. Although his biggest influence is Hokusai he also admires the work of numerous illustrators such as Chris Wormell and Karl Kopinski.

Noah has always been fascinated by woodland, especially the way light breaks through a canopy and the frameworks created by intersecting branches. He relishes the exploration of happen-chance shapes in his work.

Noah naturally gravitates towards a darker palette, favouring monotone, so his style is perfectly suited to drypoint engraving and linocut. His distinctive hatched areas of tone are thanks to his foundation as a draftsman.

In his practice Noah draws every day and is rarely seen without his sketchbook.

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