An Introduction to Japanese Woodblock Printing
Feb
23
to Feb 24

An Introduction to Japanese Woodblock Printing

Workshop Details
10am-4pm
6 students
£140 (All Materials Included)

Adrian Holmes will show you the wonderful art of Japanese woodblock printing. Traditional Japanese woodblock printing is a beautiful and meditative print process using watercolours and rice. Green and environmentally friendly, it uses non-toxic materials to create rich organic prints which are beautiful to the eye. This form of printing requires no printing press and is all done manually giving the artist complete freedom and control. Enjoy this opportunity to learn in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and create a beautiful finished woodblock print.

Adrian is a multi disciplinary artist whose primary focus is woodblock printing. He fell in love with the art of printing when living in Japan and began to study this beautiful craft and its various techniques.

„ I’m fascinated by its versatility, openness and process. It’s a medium which allows for so many possibilities and a medium which I find helps me to convey my thoughts, ideas, and feelings towards life, nature and the world around us”

https://www.krowji.org.uk/

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Truro Arts Centre Woodblock printing workshop
Apr
15
10:00 AM10:00

Truro Arts Centre Woodblock printing workshop

Adrian Holmes – Traditional Woodblock Printing

Medium:Japanese Printing

Price:£50

Description:

Join printmaker Adrian Holmes for a print workshop in the wonderful art of Japanese woodblock printing. Traditional Japanese woodblock printing is a beautiful meditative print process using watercolours and rice paste. Green and environmental friendly it uses non-toxic materials to create rich organic colourful prints. Enjoy this opportunity to learn in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and create a beautiful finished woodblock print.

Website:www.truroartscompany.co.uk

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Exeter Phoenix Woodblock printing workshop
Apr
27
9:30 AM09:30

Exeter Phoenix Woodblock printing workshop

VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX

Japanese Woodblock Printing

Learn the basics of this traditional technique to create a beautiful finished woodblock print.

Adrian Holmes will show you the wonderful art of Japanese woodblock printing. Traditional Japanese woodblock printing is a beautiful and meditative print process using watercolours and rice. Green and environmentally friendly, it uses non-toxic materials to create rich organic prints which are beautiful to the eye.

This form of printing requires no printing press and is all done manually giving the artist complete freedom and control. Enjoy this opportunity to learn in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and create a beautiful finished woodblock print.

http://www.exeterphoenix.org.uk/events/japanese-woodblock-printing/

 

 

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Spike Island Printing workshop
Nov
16
10:00 AM10:00

Spike Island Printing workshop


10am-4pm
10 students

Adrian Holmes will show you the wonderful art of Japanese woodblock printing. Traditional Japanese woodblock printing is a beautiful and meditative print process using watercolours and rice. Green and environmentally friendly, it uses non-toxic materials to create rich organic prints which are beautiful to the eye. This form of printing requires no printing press and is all done manually giving the artist complete freedom and control. Enjoy this opportunity to learn in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and create a beautiful finished woodblock print.

Adrian is a multi disciplinary artist whose primary focus is woodblock printing. He fell in love with the art of printing when living in Japan and began to study this beautiful craft and its various techniques.

„ I’m fascinated by its versatility, openness and process. It’s a medium which allows for so many possibilities and a medium which I find helps me to convey my thoughts, ideas, and feelings towards life, nature and the world around us”

http://www.spikeprintstudio.org/

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Thelma Hulbery Gallery
Jun
29
10:00 AM10:00

Thelma Hulbery Gallery

Japanese Woodblock Printing Workshop

Meet printmaker Adrian Holmes and enjoy an introduction to Japanese woodblock printing. This beautifully subtle medium is ideal for those wishing to print at home without a press.

Suitable for all, beginners to advanced printmakers. Enjoy a fun day of carving and printing focussing on exploration and play. All materials provided.

£55 (£45 THG Friends)

info@thelmahulbert.com

http://www.thelmahulbert.com/?q=whats-on/events/japanese-woodblock-printing-workshop

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Fowey Festival of Arts & Literature print workshop
May
13
10:00 AM10:00

Fowey Festival of Arts & Literature print workshop

Time: 10:0am-4:00pm

Price: £45.00

http://www.foweyfestival.com/

Adrian Holmes is a printmaker whose passion is Japanese woodblock printing. He fell in love with the art of woodblock printing whilst living in Japan and began studying this beautiful craft and its various techniques and forms. Returning home to Cornwall, Adrian regularly exhibits and hosts woodblock printing workshops all over the U.K. Join Adrian for a print workshop in the wonderful art of Japanese woodblock printing. Traditional Japanese woodblock printing is a beautiful meditative print process. Green and environmentally friendly, it uses non-toxic materials to create rich organic colourful prints. During this one-day woodblock workshop learn a new skill in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and create a beautiful finished woodblock print. All materials included.
NB numbers are limited to 10.

For  Booking go to:

https://foweyfestival.ticketsolve.com/shows/873585685/events/128131903

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Master Carver Motoharu Asaka Woodblock Print Workshop
May
11
9:30 AM09:30

Master Carver Motoharu Asaka Woodblock Print Workshop

A very Special guest  

I am pleased to announce that Master woodblock print maker Motoharu Asaka will be visiting studio 115 at Krowji. He will lead a one-day workshop in the beautiful craft of Moku-Hanga.


Join woodblock print maker Adrian Holmes @ Studio 115 for this a rare opportunity to be taught by Japanese woodblock Artist Motoharu Asaka

During this one day workshop you will create your own small woodblock print using traditional water-based Japanese woodblock printing techniques.
Learn from a master ukiyoe carver who has studied in a tradition stretching back 400 years. Motoharu Asaka is one of a handful of people left who are traditionally trained in this craft. This is a rare opportunity to learn master skills and try woodblock printmaking for yourself.
Asaka apprenticed for 17 years, but you can pick up the basics in this intensive workshop!

Asaka will be accompanied by Louise Rouse, adjunct professor in the art program at Temple University, Japan. She will interpret into English. If you require interpretation into another language please contact us to arrange.

This workshop is receiving funding from the European Social Fund as part of the Cultivator project and will be free. Places are limited to 8 participants. Due to the huge interest for this workshop places will fill up very quickly so apologies if you don’t get a spot this time. 
 

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An introduction to Japanese woodblock printing
Jan
27
to Jan 28

An introduction to Japanese woodblock printing

Saturday/Sunday 27/28th January 2018
10am-4pm
8 students
£120 (All Materials Included)

Adrian Holmes will show you the wonderful art of Japanese woodblock printing. Traditional Japanese woodblock printing is a beautiful and meditative print process using watercolours and rice. Green and environmentally friendly, it uses non-toxic materials to create rich organic prints which are beautiful to the eye. This form of printing requires no printing press and is all done manually giving the artist complete freedom and control. Enjoy this opportunity to learn in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and create a beautiful finished woodblock print.

Adrian is a multi disciplinary artist whose primary focus is woodblock printing. He fell in love with the art of printing when living in Japan and began to study this beautiful craft and its various techniques.

„ I’m fascinated by its versatility, openness and process. It’s a medium which allows for so many possibilities and a medium which I find helps me to convey my thoughts, ideas, and feelings towards life, nature and the world around us”

https://www.krowji.org.uk/

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Krowji Xmas open studios
Dec
1
to Dec 3

Krowji Xmas open studios

Krowji Christmas Open Studios 2017

When: 1st 2nd and 3rd December 2017

Where: Krowji, West Park, Redruth

Cost: Free

Contact: info@krowji.org.uk

The artists here at Krowji throw open their doors to their public, their disciplines ranging from jewellery to painting and many other crafts in between.

 

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Penryn Arts Festival: Woodblock printing workshop & meal with Adrian Holmes
Nov
6
6:00 PM18:00

Penryn Arts Festival: Woodblock printing workshop & meal with Adrian Holmes

Penryn Arts Festival
Date and Time
Mon 6 November 2017

      18:00 – 21:30 GMT

After a short break in 2016, Penryn Arts Festival is back celebrating the creative spirit that lives in Penryn’s community and the artisanal skills that are flourishing in the town and the wider area. To reflect this we are taking a new approach and instead of the usual 3 day festival there will be a programme of events, workshop and screenings in across Penryn from October – December.

Each event will explore a different aspect of making and craftsmanship: revaluing haptic reasoning, local historical connotations and connections to making, as well as the subversion of ancient methods and traditions through contemporary art.

This years festival is run by Field Notes; which is the collaborative practice of Cornwall based curators and producers, Cat Bagg and Rosie Thomson-Glover.  

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Mixing Signals
Nov
1
to Dec 23

Mixing Signals

Kobi & Teal is proud to present ‘Mixing Signals’ - an exhibition of 23 artists.

Painting, Drawing, Photography, Print, Sculpture, Textiles and Collage - each discipline and approach signalling its own ideas, craft and aesthetic. Kobi & Teal has selected a group of artworks to reflect this variety and create a rich and memorable experience.

The Kobi & Teal Gallery offers the design retailer a welcome opportunity to enhance it’s visual and exploratory content. Each exhibition to date has introduced a contrasting practice to the last.  ‘Mixing Signals’ celebrates the galleries first year by bringing together new work from it’s previous exhibitors as well as introducing many new artists and designers. This distinctive addition to the shop has greatly contributed to the ever-evolving nature of this business, creating a destination for those looking for something different.

#mixingsignals

Opening Times

Monday - by appointment

Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 4.30pm

Sunday - First Sunday of each month for Frome Independent

website: www.kobiandteal.co.uk

email: hello@kobiandteal.co.uk

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Awagami mini print festival
Oct
5
to Oct 31

Awagami mini print festival

A few prints featured in this year Mini-Print Exhibition in Tokushima, Japan.
The Awagami International Mini-Print Exhibition (‘A.I.M.P.E’) was first held in 2013, a second in 2015 and now the third installment is proudly launched here in 2017. We are both pleased and humbled to announce that the number of entries has grown with each of the 3 exhibitions and that the 2017 edition of A.I.M.P.E features a total of 1,347 miniprints submitted from 1,010 artists hailing from 54 countries.

A.I.M.P.E’s unique feature is that all works must be printed on Japanese washi paper of any type. This guideline was established in a concerted effort to introduce artists to the unique character and beauty of washi. In particular, we believe that Printmakers will enjoy using traditional Awa washi papers, which are both regional and cultural treasure. As organizers, it is encouraging to see A.I.M.P.E continue to grow and hear the positive reactions to our efforts of promoting washi and contemporary printmaking.

Website:http://miniprint.awagami.jp/ENGLISH/exhibitions/index2017.html

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