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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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  • Lino Cut Weekend

    Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th December, 10am - 4pm.

    Try out a range of relief print style possibilities from strong simple forms to sophisticated multi layered complexity. Come prepared to experiment with different methods of mark making and approaches to colour.

  • Intro to Printmaking Day

    Saturday 6th January, 10am - 4pm.

    Fancy getting creative but don’t know where to start? This introductory day will give you a taste of what printmaking has to offer and the confidence to develop your interest further.

  • Screen Print Evening Classes - Beginners/ Improvers

    Tuesday 9th January until Tuesday 6th February, 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.

Latest Printmaking News

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  • RAMM Local Arts Show Winners!

    Posted on Wednesday 15th November

    Double Elephant Print Workshop has won the RAMM Local Art Show for 2017!

  • Exeter's hero pigeon flies again!

    Posted on Thursday 28th September

    Double Elephant is embarking on an exciting new project and we need your help!

    The project, supported by National Lottery players, will celebrate the tale of Mary of Exeter, who belonged to the Second World War’s National Pigeon Service >

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