Lino Printing Inspired by Gestural Drawings

By Joy Johnston

This post shares a lino printing activity by Joy Johnston, inspired by the work of Mark Hearld. Gestural observational drawings are made with a variety of media, and then the resulting sketches used to inform lino cuts. This activity was done with a year 6 class, and is the perfect activity to record seasonal changes happening around us.

 

Emily's Final Five Colour Print by Joy Johnston
A Five Colour Print Using The Reduction Method From One Piece of Lino.

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