A Spanner in the Works: Iron in Botanical Contact [Eco] Printing
Spend a relaxing day in the magical environment of the Grade II* listed Palm House in Sefton Park, Liverpool, exploring the role of iron in the creation of striking botanical contact [‘eco’] prints.
Whilst having fun in an enchanting environment, you will learn the key principles which underpin the practice of the captivating art of botanical contact printing. Working with fabric and with paper, you will learn about the interaction of iron with tannin to create both, well defined leaf prints and striking backgrounds.
There will be plenty of time for discussion and to soak up the environment of the Palm House. Participant numbers for the workshop will be restricted to enable social distancing.
Materials [value £20] are included in the workshop fee. Tea and coffee will be provided all day. There is a cafe at the Palm House where you can buy specialist teas and coffees and snacks [or you can bring your own].
If the workshop is cancelled due to COVID, the course fee of £90 will be fully refunded [The Eventbrite booking fee is not refundable]