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Working from our Exeter City centre base, across Devon and beyond, Double Elephant Print Workshop offers courses, resources and support to professional printmakers, artists and beginners alike.

We are passionate about printmaking and its possibilities. Our aim is to encourage creativity and artistic development through a friendly and welcoming approach.

Take a look around to find our more about our printmaking courses, our fully equipped studio, or becoming a member.

Upcoming Printmaking Courses

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  • Drypoint with Chine Collè

    Saturday 27th April, 10am - 4pm.

    Drypoint is a direct way of working on metal or Perspex plate which is printed “intaglio” – like an etching. The process lends itself to lively, expressive mark making, using needles, roulettes, sandpapers and power tools. Chine Collè is an interesting way to add colour.

  • Screen Print Evening Classes - Beginners/ Improvers

    Tuesday 30th April until Thursday 6th June, 6.30 - 9.00pm.

    A new 5 week course on Tuesdays to enable you to develop skills in screenprinting over a period of evening sessions. Techniques on offer range from simple cut paper stencils, to highly versatile and surprisingly easy photo stencils. Water based inks are quick drying and a pleasure to use.

  • Printmaking 10 Week Half Day Course

    Tuesday 30th April until Tuesday 9th July, 9.30am-12.30pm or 1.00 - 4.00pm.

    In these lively and supportive groups participants have the opportunity to learn about all aspects of fine art printmaking and develop individual projects. Suitable for all levels, from beginners to experienced artists.

Latest Printmaking News

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  • Help us Unlock the Power of Printmaking!

    Posted on Wednesday 17th October

    We are relaunching POP in Devon in 2019 and we are appealing to our members, friends and course goers to help us by making a cash donation to our new fundraiser which will be doubled by the AHSW Catalyst Fund.

  • Vote for Us!

    Posted on Tuesday 25th September

    Fiona Lovell, our Outreach Coordinator, is very proud to have been a co-investigator on the National Environmental Research Council (NERC) funded Climate Stories project.  The project was such as success that it has been nominated for >>

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