Our printmaking benefits our Artmakers in many ways; it helps with both self expression and as a means to create products to sell. The aim is to develop individual Artmakers’ personal practice and enable their genuine voice to be heard through creativity. We offer the following processes to our Artmakers: linocut, silkscreen, collagraph, drypoint, mono print and carborundum onto fabric and paper.

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Print Workshop

Everything you need to know about our Print Workshop.

Kind words from our Artmakers

  • I feel great about making my own work in prints, I draw in my own time and its nice to develop it into painting and then into printing. I like taking the paintings and drawings I make in the paper workshop into another way of working.

    Ann Artmaker
  • I like the atmosphere in the Print Workshop.

    I like drawing and using the roller and the pictures I make.

    Natasha & Abbie Artmakers
  • I like printing unicorns and rainbows, and I get excited every time my print comes out well. My favourite process is silkscreen and I like to print tote bags and tea towels. I am really excited to run workshops and teach other people at Sunnybank Mills and Rural Arts.

    Jenna Artmaker

Join us at our Print Workshop

The print workshop is a place of colour, creativity and achievement. We love to make beautiful things for others and here you can print anything from a t-shirt to a greetings card or a picture to put on your wall. Come along and enjoy trying a variety of processes like linocut and silkscreen to realise your personal ideas and vision.

Examples of print workshop produced work

Henshaws Artmaker Enquiry Form

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About the potential artmaker

Artmaker Name(Required)
Please note artmakers are required to be 18+
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