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Learn the art of printmaking at Frome’s Bat Print Studio

Bat Print Studio based at the Silk Mill offers great opportunities for artists and beginners to develop their skills in all forms of printmaking. 

The studio was built by artists Michael Gill and Steve Clarkson during Lockdown and despite the different pressures posed by the pandemic, the studio has begun to grow by offering courses and a membership scheme which allows the creative community of Frome and beyond to experience working with rare and beautiful presses as well as the facilities and space to edition hand printed artworks. 

The studio is a must-see experience for enthusiasts of lino and woodcut printing with several historic proofing presses which have the potential to print large scale designs. Members also have the opportunity to exhibit their work in the large, airy and light filled studio.

The jewel in the crown of Bat Print though is the extremely rare French wooden press – “La Bete A Cornes “  – The Beast with Horns. The only such press at an open access print studio in the country, which allows the artist to make traditional stone lithography prints.

Bat Print Studio has courses covering a wide range of techniques and processes from alternative photography to personal screen printing tuition. The younger generation of Frome is also catered for with Bat Art School offering Saturday classes for young artists aged 6 -16. GCSE & A level art tuition is also available with Michael Gill, former Director of Art at the prestigious Merchant Taylors School.

For more details visit www.batprintstudio.com or email info@batprintstudio.com

10 Responses to Learn the art of printmaking at Frome’s Bat Print Studio

  1. Maggie deLeo

    October 14, 2021 at 4:01 pm

    Hi
    Please can you send details about your printmaking courses. Do you have an age limit, which days and times and what is cost.
    Thanks

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  5. Antonionaw

    December 9, 2021 at 10:56 am

    There are approximately 26 cooperative members at this time and they are accepting applications for studio access at their American Industrial Complex in the Dogpatch neighborhood in SF. Across the 101 in the Mission District of San Francisco is another historic artistic center with extensive printmaking facilities: The Mission Gráfica Printmaking Studio in the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts image above, courtesy of organization’s website. With an emphasis on screenprinting in their programming, this studio does have facilities for all types of printmaking except lithography.

  6. Antonionaw

    December 17, 2021 at 12:40 pm

    Workshops for all levels on Wednesdays. Our large, open-access studio is used by beginners and professional artists alike; we have a large range of printmaking courses available to the public and a world-class residency programme open to professional artists. In our gallery space we’ve exhibited work by prominent international artists and we continue to commission exhibitions that explore the horizons of contemporary printmaking.

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    You will also be introduced to lithographic printing from zinc plates and photographic plates during the course to reinforce the enduring beauty of this fine art technique. Create linear works through drypoint and hard ground etching, add tone and depth using aquatint etching techniques, and explore the textural effects of soft ground etching.

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