Date & Time:

March 5 to April 2, 2020
6:00 to 7:30pm


Arts & Crafts Studio


$132 (5 sessions)

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Adults, Beginner

Step in to the world of printmaking!

Block printing is a method of using wood, linoleum, or rubber plates to make an inked image on a variety of different surfaces. Create your own design and then learn to use cutting tools to carve away the negative space, leaving an image that can be printed onto paper or fabric.

• All materials and tools supplied, however students may bring their own supplies if they wish. Students will take home their own 3-in-1 cutting tool.

Instructed by:

Darryl Funk
Darryl W. Funk is a Canadian artist working out of Chilliwack, BC. He studied at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, Alberta and the Center for Arts and Technology, Okanagan in Kelowna, BC. Darryl has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree specializing in printmaking.

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