Kim Herringe – Art Workshops in Maleny
Want to try your hand at something creative? Just not sure what you want to do?
But you do know that you want to do something
other than painting or drawing …
Join Maleny artist Kim Herringe in small group art workshops and explore the endless creative possibilities you can achieve with Printmaking. From beginners to advanced, 1 and 2 day workshops run year-round.
From linoprinting and monoprinting to cyanotype and etching, there is something for everyone.
Linocut Printing Workshops
1 and 2 day workshops // Beginners–Advanced
Design, carve and handprint simple and complex linocut printss. I will show you how to carve and print, demystify the process, and teach you so you can continue to print at home. Find out more …
Gelatin Plate Printing and Monotype
One day workshops // Beginners–Advanced
Monoprinting is spontaneous and fun. Explore handprinting on gelatin plates, working with materials you will be able to reproduce at home or in your own studio. A great medium to just let go and play! Find out more …
Metal Plate Etching
One day workshops // Beginners
Learn how to etch then print metal plates with non-toxic chemicals. We will print with an etching press and explore the use of household materials for plate preparation. This is a easy, contemporary approach to traditional intaglio printing. Find out more …
Cyanotype, Eco Printing, Surface Texture
1 and 2 day workshops // Beginners
Explore different mark- and printmaking techniques in a fun and exploratory environment. Different workshops run
with different and combined focusses, creating images and surface textures. Find out more …
Sharing the craft of hand printing onto paper and sharing calming and sometimes quirky moments from the natural environment drives my arts practice. Working with relief and intaglio printmaking media, in a culture of haste and automation, I find that the natural environment encourages us to be still and present.
With my art, I work to share this natural world into our busy spaces.
Arts and Culture
I make Art because I love to make Art.
I am an artist.
I sell Art so I can continue to make Art.
And we need more art is the topsy-turvy world we live in.
I teach art because I love to teach.
I believe in my heart that was always meant to teach.
And we need more people to create art is the topsy-turvy world we live in.
My Art is Printmaking.
In all is glorious forms – tradition and contemporary.