Wine + Printmaking Merge at Barossa Boy

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at printmaking but been intimidated by the equipment that might be needed?

That’s where monoprinting — making a one-off print—with either a Gelli or an acrylic plate comes in. 

This technique is so much fun and is often referred to as a mono-printing madness! Past participants just run-a-muck with colour and pattern leaving the studio salivating at what they have produced in a short session. 

Proudly partnering with the Barossa Arts Festival

TANUNDA  | Saturday 6 & 27 April, 2024
Where: Underground Barossa, 161 Murray Street

10.00 am – 3.00 pm

Pouring Creativity – Mono Printing Workshop, Wine Tasting and Lunch

Workshop located at the fabulous Underground Barossa for a truly unique art workshop and wine-tasting experience.

Guided by myself, you’ll embark on a journey to create abstract and one-of-a-kind monoprints using carefully hand-selected vine leaves from Barossa Boy’s historic family-owned vineyards.

The workshop includes a guided introduction to mono printing, materials, guided wine tasting and lunch. PLUS your very own personalised wine bottle with your bespoke hand-printed label to take home.

Cost: $155 pp plus booking fee

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Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that allows you to create unique, free-form printed images every time. This allows you to produce abstract compositions, more complex details, and traced contour images. Monoprinting is a quick process that gets results much quicker than other printmaking techniques.

We work with gelli printing plates which are soft, reusable plates for transferring your work to paper with hand pressure. They are a very easy and mess-free way of making monoprints and work especially well with open Acrylic ink.

Interested in learning how to do Gelli plate monoprinting?

This process is easy, versatile, therapeutic, exciting, restful, and accessible. I teach my approach – and from there, students can adapt and make it their own in whatever way tickles their fancy.

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