Screen printing with Maggie Johnson

$159.00

Discover the joy of screen printed patterns in this hands-on class with local Fremantle artist Maggie Johnson (@magg_daddy). Be guided by Maggie’s bold signature style or create an original work of your own.

You’ll learn the art of stenciling and transferring a design to material using miniature screens, and then embellish your artwork with added details. An exploration of colour, pattern, layering and composition, this workshop is a fun introduction to the endless possibilities of screen printing using eco friendly inks.

You’ll have time in this class to print a tote bag, an A3 paper poster and a linen wall hanging/tea towel. You’ll also leave with the knowledge and confidence to work on more projects at home.

All tools, materials and morning tea will be provided. You may like to bring your own apron or use one of ours.

About Maggie

Maggie Johnson is a WA artist living and working in Walyalup/Fremantle. She has studied both Fine Arts and Creative Arts Therapies and now works as an acrylic painter, mural artist and digital illustrator. Developing her fun style across illustration and digital designs, Maggie's now exploring the application of her designs onto usable fabric items. Maggie maintains a focus on the therapeutic nature of creating, and is excited to be producing screen-printed products that are both joyful to look at and practical.

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 6 attendees in order to run. All workshop ticket sales are final. If you are unable to attend your class due to illness or need to isolate, please provide as much notice as possible. We can move you to another class date or issue a credit voucher. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Photos by Rae Fallon.

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