Kirsten Lockie

 

 

 
 
     

 

       

 

 


 

If you are in Tuscany,

 

take the opportunity to have a day unlike any other:

 

Visit Kirsten Lockie at her studio.

 

 

A chance to get off the beaten trail..

A small dirt track winds it’s way up through shady woods to an enchanted dimension; nestled amongst olive groves and vineyards to Kirsten’s home and studio.

The studio is a restored stone barn attached to the beautiful 400 year old farm house on the edge of the family estate “Fattoria Corzano and Paterno”.

                                                                                                                      

 

 2013

 

One Day Printmaking Workshop

 

Starting at 9.30am she will guide you through different possibilities using roller, brushes, fingers fabric to represent the tuscan landscape that only this technique provides.

 

A simple lunch will be served at about 12.30:

A variety of the farms sheep milk cheeses , fresh bread and a glass of wine from the estate.

After lunch break you can continue with landscape or try your hand at something more self expressive.

The mornings introduction will have been more than enough to stimulate ones fantasy and desire to continue.

 

The class finishes at 15.00 with a refreshing drink to see you safely home with your prints carefully placed in a folder.

 

Kirstens ability to kindle the creative spark within her students has given her recognition both as a teacher and as a friend to all artists.

The joy and satisfaction after a day producing your own prints will be a priceless experience.

 

Florence has a way to stir ones creative inclination;  here is a chance to put into action those feelings, bringing them to life in a day of artistic concentration.

 

All materials provided

 

A day to celebrate your own creative expression in the inspiring surroundings of the Tuscan countryside.

 

 

 

 

 

About the Monotype technique                                                                         

Kirsten invites you to take a look at the page Monotypes on this website to understand what the technique involves.

 

For information please   e-Mail

 

 
 

Copyright © Kirsten Lockie