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Mokuhunga Woodblock Printing Masterclass with Roslyn Kean | April 20-21

$267.00

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Description

In 2024, JTA are excited to host artist Roslyn Kean, who will be running a 2 day workshop in our showroom sharing her expertise in traditional Japanese woodblock printing.

Over the 2 days the following will be covered:
  • An introduction viewing original old and contemporary Japanese prints to appreciate techniques used.
  • Various methods of transfer of image onto the block
  • Explanation of traditional registration method for multi-block prints
  • Carving instructions in both Japanese shina blocks and Russian Birch
  • Proofing the block with carbon paper rubbings
  • Inking techniques - pigment and water, watercolours and gouache
  • Baren techniques - understanding the different types of barens
  • Introduction to printing on Japanese Washi papers
  • Sharpening of tools (if time permits)

Students will ultimately walk away with A4 sized prints of their chosen design and a deeper understanding of the art of Mokuhunga.

Date: April 20-21
Time: 9am-4pm  (Lunch provided)
Location: 29 Production Ave, Kogarah, NSW 2217

More about Roslyn Kean:

Following Post Graduate studies in printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL London in 1976 -78 and during a lectureship at The Slade research work was undertaken at the British Museum in the field of Traditional Japanese Woodblock prints.

In 1985 Roslyn was awarded a Japanese Monbusho scholarship providing two years graduate research at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts in the field of Mokuhanga.

Since 1988 Roslyn has specialised in Japanese printing techniques and has taught extensively in Australia and the UK. Her work is strongly linked to Japanese aesthetic and philosophy.

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Mokuhunga Woodblock Printing Masterclass with Roslyn Kean | April 20-21

$267.00

In 2024, JTA are excited to host artist Roslyn Kean, who will be running a 2 day workshop in our showroom sharing her expertise in traditional Japanese woodblock printing.

Over the 2 days the following will be covered:

Students will ultimately walk away with A4 sized prints of their chosen design and a deeper understanding of the art of Mokuhunga.

Date: April 20-21
Time: 9am-4pm  (Lunch provided)
Location: 29 Production Ave, Kogarah, NSW 2217

More about Roslyn Kean:

Following Post Graduate studies in printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL London in 1976 -78 and during a lectureship at The Slade research work was undertaken at the British Museum in the field of Traditional Japanese Woodblock prints.

In 1985 Roslyn was awarded a Japanese Monbusho scholarship providing two years graduate research at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts in the field of Mokuhanga.

Since 1988 Roslyn has specialised in Japanese printing techniques and has taught extensively in Australia and the UK. Her work is strongly linked to Japanese aesthetic and philosophy.

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