CMYK Christmas Card Making Day
|Location||Leicester Print Workshop|
|Date & Time||Sunday 1st October
10.00am - 4.00pm.
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (Key) is a four colour separation process, used to create full colour photographic images by layering the colours on top of each other. The technique is used by newspapers and magazines to produce full colour images.
During the day you will learn four colour screenprinting and will create a set of original full-colour, hand printed Christmas cards.
About the Tutor
Sumiko Eadon is a Japanese artist based in the East Midlands. She started printmaking in the early 2000s inspired by the English artist Gwen Raverat’s wood engravings. She began Japanese woodcut printing and wood engraving, and then gained an extensive experience of various printmaking techniques in the UK, joining LPW in 2013 after completing a degree in Fine Art at Loughborough University. Her work has been exhibited in the East Midlands and beyond. She has also worked as an artist in residence at LPW.
Participants will be asked to submit their full colour images in advance of the course.
- Make screen using prepared stencils of your original full colour image.
- Demonstration: Learn how to separate colour into layers using a computer.
- Mix CMYK inks, and then print your cards.
- Trim / cut your cards to fit the standard envelope size