Learn an exciting alternative to traditional lithography process with this workshop at the Midland Junction Arts Centre.
The technique of kitchen lithography, invented by the French artist Émilie Aizie is a simple, non-toxic process that utilises principles of stone lithography using items found in your kitchen such as aluminium foil, vegetable oil and soda. It allows to create diverse gestural marks using a variety of drawing tools. By the end of the class you will learn the process and create an edition of prints.
Workshop Facilitator: Monika Lukowska
Monika is a printmaking artist and academic from Poland currently based in Perth, Western Australia. She obtained her MA from the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Wroclaw, Poland and MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, USA and PhD from Curtin University. Monika’s artworks have been widely exhibited internationally in China, Japan, Turkey, Sweden and Germany amongst others. She works as a sessional academic and research assistant at Curtin University, is a Print Council of Australia Representative for Western Australia. She has over 10 years of experience in printmaking.
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