Category: Printmaking

Talking about Videos and Online Learning

Talking about Videos and Online Learning

Ten years ago, I thought I’d have a go at making some videos. Turns out I was pretty rubbish at that and nothing happened after the first 5 random little clips on YouTube. BUT – remember lock down in 2020? At Double Elephant Print Workshop, we decided that we could give some extra value to […]

Mini-micro press Mini home workshop

Mini-micro press

Anyone who has visited my studio will know that it is a very compact, little space. Not having the resources to have a home studio with all the printmaking equipment I might desire is a major reason why Double Elephant Print Workshop got started and continues to exist today. Set up in 1997 by Simon […]

New Year – New round of courses.

New Year – New round of courses.

There’s a whole round of New Courses due to get started at Double Elephant very soon for the Spring Term. In the 2nd week of January there’s Screenprint evening classes (for Fabric or printing on Paper), Linocut evening classes and day time 5 week courses getting started, plus a number of one day courses. We […]

Print-on-demand range. Prints on Demand

Print-on-demand range.

At the start of the Covid-19 emergency I wasn’t able to get into Double Elephant Print Workshop to do any printmaking. Then gradually I was able to get in now and then for short bursts of printmaking activity if I had another legitimate reason to be there (all to do with the workshop being positioned […]

Collaborative editioning Frances-Hatch-Gull

Collaborative editioning

Every now and then at Double Elephant, I have an opportunity to work with other artists. Usually it’s a straightforward request to edition some artwork that they have already created. But sometimes there can be a more collaborative element. On this occasion I was approached by the Thelma Hulbert Gallery to work with Frances Hatch […]