The Encyclopedia of Printmaking Techniques (Search Press Classics)

The Encyclopedia of Printmaking Techniques (Search Press Classics)

by JudyMartin (Author)

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This inspirational guide offers a wealth of information on all the different methods of working including monoprinting, wood engraving, etching, intaglio printing, screen-printing and more. Many helpful step-by-step demonstrations illustrate the processes and a gallery of images created by printmakers are featured throughout the book. All those interested in learning about printmaking will relish the informative text and the clear demonstrations and more accomplished artists will be able to improve their skills and master their techniques. There is something for everyone in this comprehensive and imformative colourful encyclopedia.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 176
Publisher: Search Press Ltd
Published: 09 Mar 2014

ISBN 10: 1782211276
ISBN 13: 9781782211273

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June 14

Originally published in 2001 [this book] has been reissued by popular demand. The book provides a step-by-step visual directory of printmaking techniques, including linocuts, lithographs, monoprints, wood engraving, etching, intaglio printmaking and screen printing. There are also practical projects for you to work through and advice on how to set up your own studio space at home or in a commercial studio.

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Author Bio
Judy Martin is a painter and teacher also known as the author of a number of practical art books. She lives and works in Brighton, on England's south coast, and exhibits in her home studio every year for the Artist's Open Houses during Brighton Festival. She studied painting and printmaking at Maidstone College of Art and went on to a two-year postgraduate degree at Reading University. She was a freelance writer and editor for a period of fifteen years, and has subsequently worked in adult education and at a mental health day centre, facilitating groups in art craft and ceramic work.