Come and join us for our once a month Printing and Prosecco Night at Lavender Print School.
You will be taught how to transfer a design and cut a one-colour linocut, producing a multiple prints to hang at home. During the evening you will enjoy the company of meeting new people, sipping on a glass of prosecco whilst learning a fantastic new skill. We guarantee that our themes will sure get your creativity flowing.
Thursday 9th May | The classic with Van Gogh
Thursday 6th June | Surrealism with Dorothea Tanning
Thursday 4th July | Get inspired by Frida Kahlo
Thursday 1st August | Pablo Picasso
Thursday 5th September | Queen (Freddie Mercury)
Whats Lino printing? Lino printing is a form of fine art printmaking where the printing plate is cut into lino. Yes, lino as in linoleum, as in the floor covering. The lino is then inked, a piece of paper placed over it, and then run through a printing press or pressure applied by hand to transfer the ink to the paper
Finding us: When you arrive at the Business Centre, parking isn’t available inside, but there is ample free street parking all around the centre. The walk in gate code is 1065. As you walk in there is a building straight ahead of you with the letter B painted on it, and an arrow below. Follow the arrow further into the car park. We are located in an outbuilding, which we share with our sister school Lavender Leonardos Children’s Art School. If you have any trouble please call our studio on 020 7223 6767.
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Did you know?
The oldest surviving, printed book is the Buddhist "Diamond-Sutra," dated 868 AD.
Find your way there
Battersea Business Centre, London, UK
- Lavender Print School is a unique art and print studio in South West London running weekday, weekend and evening workshops in Printmaking. Founded by well-known artists Izzy Moreau and Nick Bashall, they believe that in today's technology-driven world, there is a strong desire for people to find escape in the hands-on methods of traditional arts and crafts.