Printmaking: Wood Engraving for Beginners

19 TUTOR: Hannah Cantellow (BA Hons Fine Art)

Wood engraving has a rich history in the world of printmaking. It was a prominent method for producing illustrations in books, magazines, and newspapers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Both a versatile and creative medium it will enable you to express your artistic ideas in a unique way, whilst connecting you to an appreciation of historical craftsmanship and personal satisfaction. The raised portions of the block, created by carving, are then inked and pressed onto paper to produce prints. Unlike woodcut printing, wood engraving uses the denser end-grain of wood, enabling finer lines and highly detailed illustrations. Hannah teaches this tactile and hands-on approach to art-making, a passionate cross-over from her own printmaking practice, enabling you to create finely detailed and visually captivating images.


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