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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 out more about our printmaking courses, our fully equipped studio and becoming a member.

Upcoming Printmaking Courses

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  • Monoprint Day

    Saturday 25th October, 10.00am - 4.00pm.

    Explore drawn and painterly techniques plus the use of textures and other materials in creating unique and expressive prints.

  • An Introduction to Printmaking - Beginners

    Thursday 6th November until Thursday 4th December, 6.30 - 9.00pm.

    A fantastic introduction to a range of printmaking techniques. Ideal to kick-start a new interest or revisit rusty skills.

  • Relief Print Weekend

    Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th November, 10am - 4pm.

    Lino cut offers a range of 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. The use of other materials such as card and wood can also be explored.

Latest Printmaking News

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  • Early Years Development

    Posted Yesterday

    From Sept 2013 to July 2014, Double Elephant’s Catherine Cartwright was part of an action research project working with the Carousel Project and the University of Exeter to explore how early years development is supported by creative arts practice.

  • Conversations - a new film from POP

    Posted on Tuesday 14th October

    Members of Double Elephant’s Print on Prescription scheme for adults with mental health issues made this fabulous short film over the summer.

  • Contemporary Printmaking : Steven Paige

    Posted on Tuesday 14th October

    Filmed at Double Elephant Print Workshop and the archive of Leonard Baskin works in the Special Collections at the University of Exeter, this film follows the work of contemporary artist in residence, Steven Paige.

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