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Painting in Printmaking – free drop in sessions
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Join us for a free "Painting in Printmaking" drop-in session with the talented artist, Llyr Davies!
Are you curious about the fascinating world of abstract art, where the boundaries between painting and printmaking blur?
Look no further, as Llyr Davies, an accomplished artist based in Plymouth, invites you to experience the magic of his unique creative process.
About the Artist:
Llyr Davies is renowned for his abstract and representational art, which breaks away from traditional norms. He masterfully incorporates everyday objects and gestural marks with vibrant colours to create energetic and raw paintings. His work delves into the essence of humanity, exploring themes of myths, space, domestic life, urban landscapes, coastlines, moorlands, and storytelling. Llyr's art is a captivating blend of diverse elements, including oil, spray paint, and collage, all woven together on canvas.
What to Expect:
You'll have the opportunity to witness Llyr's innovative approach to art. He takes you on a journey through the stages of his creative process, which involves techniques like scraping off and overlaying figurative motifs with gestural mark making. One of his signature elements is the use of the oval shape, which hints at the human form and the natural world.
Embrace Artistic Spontaneity:
Llyr's abstract paintings, celebrated for their representation and colour expression, have a natural connection with monotype screen printing. This combination allows for the exploration of creativity and individuality, making it an ideal choice for artists seeking versatility and expression in their work.
Learn from a renowned artist, Llyr Davies.
Explore the boundaries of painting and printmaking.
Discover the power of spontaneous artistic expression.
Try your hand at a variety of techniques in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
Who Should Attend:
Aspiring artists looking to expand their creative horizons.
Art enthusiasts eager to witness a unique artistic process.
Anyone interested in exploring the intersection of painting and printmaking.
Due to space constraints, we can accommodate up to 6 people at each session. Be sure to arrive early to secure your spot.