Kim Herringe – Art Workshops in Maleny

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Kim Herringe – Art Workshops in Maleny

Art has never been made
while thinking of art.
Rather, art is made by doing art!

Whether you are new to art or printmaking, or wanting to extend your skills, join local artist Kim Herringe in small group  art workshops in Maleny.

You can view my work at Peace of Green Gallery, Maleny, and Montville Art Gallery. Or scroll down and see images from my Instagram feed…

Workshops run throughout the year – click here for full workshop details, dates and costs.

Gelatin Plate Printing and Monotype
One day workshop
Monoprinting is spontaneous and fun. Explore and work with monoprinting on gelatin plates, working with methods and materials will be able to reproduce in your own home. More information here…

Linoprinting 101
One day workshop
Learn how to design, carve and print a simple linocut print. We will print a small edition, and you’ll learn how you can apply this printmaking technique to different surfaces such as fabrics and different papers. More information here…

Colour and Reductive Linoprinting Basics
Two day workshop
Explore reductive linoprinting and several different approaches to colour with your lino printing. You will learn about preparing your image and block(s), carving, registration and printing editions. More information here…

Colour and Reductive Linoprinting Advanced
Two day workshop
Are you comfortable printmaking with lino and want to take your work to the next level? We will focus on the reductive linoprinting method, looking at different approaches to preparing your image, separating colours, planning and printing your edition.
to incorporate several different methods in applying colour and detail. More information here…


I also offer private tuition and Workshop Gift Vouchers.


My printmaking work covers lino printing, metal and solar plate etching, monotype, collagraph and the occasional digital inclusion; exploring traditional and new printmaking media. I also work with letterpress, where I like to explore my love of type and the fading craft of hand setting lead type then inking the press to manually print the words.

My subject matter is generally taken from the natural environment, with some surprises from the urban landscape. In a culture of haste and automation, I find that the natural environment encourages me to be still and present.


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