Class Description

Have fun with florals and combine 2 different methods of monotype printmaking with plant transfers and a splash of colour. Monotype printmaking is an immediate method which involves inking up a plate of Perspex to produce one off prints.

In this workshop we will be using oil based coloured inks, speciality papers, plants and a small printing press to create 3 or 4 finished prints, each one unique.

Play with form, texture, colour and line to build up a multilayered print. Learn mark making techniques, how to print in stages and tips on  enhancing your work by  hand tinting. Work from your imagination or from reference sources provided.



-Reduction and transfer techniques of monotype printmaking
-How to use a printing press
-How to build up layers in a print
-Tips on using different papers in printmaking
-Mark making techniques
-Using floral motifs as a stepping stone to explore line/colour and form in a loose experimental way.


Materials: Bring an apron and a small selection of flat leaves or plants



Bridget completed a Fine Art degree in 1997 (UK) and moved to Australia to pursue her love of the bush which inspires her as a painter and printmaker. She is a qualified art teacher and enjoys sharing her skills teaching art within the community.

At her home studio she works predominantly in acrylic and monoprint interpreting the landscape through mark making techniques and experimental colour. Bridget is an active member of the Printmakers association of WA and exhibits regularly.


Bridget Seaton

Course details

Sunday 10am - 3.30pm

23rd Janruary, 2022


  • Members - $170
  • Non-Members - $180

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