Explore the varied processes of screenprinting in this introductory course. Starting with basic stencils and moving into photographic techniques, students will learn to how to mix colours to create original prints from drawings, photographs and found images.
Learn the fascinating photographic processes of screenprinting using the darkroom, as well as image separations for the process of CMYK. Bring a collection of existing images and your own drawings that can be used to create unique editions of prints with different screenprinting processes.
Janet Parker-Smith is a Sydney-based artist who works with printmedia, sculpture and altered books. She has been exhibiting nationally and internationally for 20 years. Her work is held by the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Victoria and numerous other public collections, as well as private collections.
Janet is the Studio Supervisor in Printmedia at Sydney College of the Arts and a casual academic in the printmedia department, where she has worked since 2006. Janet is represented by Van Rensberg Galleries in Hong Kong and is supported by both May Space, where she has had several solo exhibitions, and M. Contemporary in Sydney.
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