Explore ‘Monoprint, Monotype, Linocut or Dry-point’ and develop a range of innovative techniques, creating prints through the act of drawing. These methods have been developed through the continual experimentations of artist and tutor Adam Grose (MA PGCE).
These methods of creativity form part of Adam’s ‘transferable skills project’, enabling artists and learners to further develop their interdisciplinary skills set.
Compliment your portfolio to a high standard of professionalism, building confidence and discover and develop through your practice-based research and experimentation.
These sessions promote greater development, in-turn affording greater fluidity in your approach to your work and ideas through one to one tutorials and technical assistance, enabling time to explore your practice in greater detail.
Tutor: Adam Grose
Adam Grose is a Master in Fine Art Contemporary Practice and a member of the RWA. An experienced tutor in exploring different print methods which allows the individual to develop his or her own style of printmaking. He runs his own Fine Art practice which he has recently been exploring the fragility of knowledge, entropy and how information from past cultures and generations can be lost over the passage of time.