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Multi-colour lino print workshops - Winter 2024

Some photos from each of my multi-colour linocut printing workshops through the winter. I'll add photos from each workshop as I teach them.

If you’d like to learn how to make a linocut print, see my linocut workshops and online courses page for links to each of my courses and workshops.

Wednesday 17 January 2024 - How to make jigsaw linocut prints

The first multi-colour lino print workshop of the year, learning how to make two-colour and three-colour linocut prints using the jigsaw technique.

Carol created a three-colour print of a heritage building. Terry made a three-colour print inspired by wild swimming with her friends, Janet made a partridge in a pear tree Christmas card, and Chris created a two-colour print of bids in the hedgerow.

What did you enjoy the most about the day

“Able to take part in another linocut workshop. Extend experience with two colours. Meet others and seeing different results.”

“The excellent, clear teaching, the relaxed atmosphere. No pressure.”

“Being encouraged to do something that I thought was too complicated (and therefore beyond me). Being inspired by others ideas. “

“Learning how to cut and print. So well explained.”

If you want to learn how to make multi-colour prints using the multi-block method, my multi-block online course can be started anytime.

Would you like to learn how to make a linocut print?

Online courses

Online self-paced learning. Study at your own pace at home with instructional videos and step-by-step guides.

  • Beginners guide to linocut printing

  • How to make a multi-block linocut print

Linocut workshops in Yorkshire

My linocut workshops are all held in my York print studio. I teach in small groups of four people, so everyone gets lots of one-to-one tuition.

  • Introduction to linocut printing workshop

  • Follow on 'jigsaw' linocut printing workshop

  • How to make a multi-block linocut print workshop

See my linocut workshops and online courses page for links to each course and workshop.

Linocut and printmaking tools and materials

Learn more about the tools and equipment needed to create linocut prints in my Linocut Tools and Materials blog.

Keep in touch

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Happy lino cutting!



About the author

Michelle Hughes is a North Yorkshire landscape artist. Much of her work depicts the Yorkshire landscape and Yorkshire coast, including the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors.

Michelle loves exploring the British countryside by bike or on foot, camera in hand, capturing ideas for her next prints. Back in her garden studio, Michelle creates simple but stylised silhouettes based on her photographs, and hand carves these shapes into lino. She hand prints with an etching press, using oil-based inks to create tonal blocks of colour.

Michelle’s original linocut prints are limited editions.

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