CMYK SCREEN PRINTING
TUTOR : ESTELLE BRIEDIS
WHEN : Wednesdays
27 March, 3 + 10 April
TIME : 10am - 1pm
COST : Members $230
Non-members Conc $270
CMYK is a screen printing process used to turn photographic imagery into a hand printed artwork. The process involves creating four digital stencils, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key Black that are then layered over the top of one another to create a wide range of colours true to the image.
The CMYK process is a great way to extend on a basic knowledge of screen printing and several different ways to approach this technique will be explored in this class. You will be introduced to the digital technique of creating stencils using Photoshop. You will learn how to expose them to a screen and register each print to create your final image.
This course requires you to have a working knowledge of screen printing.
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Estelle Briedis is a Canberra based surface designer and screen printer who specialises in creating original surface designs, exploring ideas of architectural geometry, the mathematical process of tessellation and the aesthetics of symmetry. Estelle graduated from the Australian National University School of Art and Design in 2015, with Honours in Bachelor of Design Arts, has exhibited her works nationally and is currently stocked in several stores Australia wide.