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Lynn Bailey

Lynn is our Studio Manager and a member of the tutor team. Originally trained in conservation of prints and drawings, Lynn has a solid foundation in the traditional techniques of the ‘old masters’. A BA in Fine Art led to co-founding Double Elephant Print Workshop in 1997. She enjoys experimenting with environmentally ‘friendly’ materials and combining many printmaking techniques in her artwork. She is also a member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen.

Courses I'll Be Teaching Soon

  • Practical Colour Mixing for Printmakers

    Thursday 11th July, 10am - 4pm .

    Getting to know your inks and how to achieve the results you want.
    Practical exercises to build your knowledge base and confidence to mix your own colours. One day workshop for practising printmakers.

  • An Introduction to Wood Engraving

    Saturday 27th July, 10am - 4pm.

    An introduction to the fine graphic skills traditionally associated with book illustration. Learn how to adapt your designs for wood engraving. Suited to those who enjoy detail and controlled cutting.

  • Acrylic-Resist Etching Weekend

    Saturday 31st and Sunday 1st September, 10am - 4pm.

    All the expressive mark-making typical of traditional etching without the use of harmful organic solvents.

  • Printmaking 10 Week Day Course

    Thursday 19th September until Thursday 28th November, 10am - 4pm.

    10 weekly sessions on Thursdays (with a Half Term break)

    Immerse yourself in a full day’s printmaking. Learn about all aspects of fine art printmaking and develop individual projects. These friendly and supportive sessions will be tailored to the needs and interests of the individual.

  • Monoprint Day

    Saturday 19th October, 10am - 4pm.

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

  • Drypoint with Chine Collè

    Saturday 23rd November, 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.

  • Collagraph Weekend

    Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December, 10am - 4pm.

    An accessible and versatile print process using collaged textures. A variety of textures, paints and carborundum available. The scope for colour experimentation is endless – including the exciting viscosity printing.

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