Chrissie HeughanArtist, Maker, Gallery educator
Initially studied drawing and printmaking at Edinburgh College of Art, 1995. Whilst searching for interesting surfaces to print upon, I experimented with paper pulps and became absorbed with the making of and process of hand cast paper. The process underpinned work for my degree and I used richly dyed paper for a series of dynamic printed hangings. Life 'after art school' started in 1996, when I ran read full statement
|Activities||Primary education, Higher education, Adult education, Lecturing, Residencies, Workshops, Learning programmes, Disability arts, Participatory projects, Private commissions, Gallery education|
|Artforms / type of project||Drawing, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles|
|Tags||contemporary hand cast paper, artisan paper making, cast paper works, paper lights, sketchbook tuition, specialist studio teachings, coloured paper pulps, paper with plants, silkscreen and lino cut prints, japanese kozo paper|
News & Events
Relief Printmaking 1 Introduction to lino cuts. 10 - 4.00 pm
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
One day course to carve out effective imagery and produce a series of vibrant prints using water based inks. Skills and techniques will be shown along with helpful advice.
Crossing the Bridge -'Unabridged" a collaboration with a fellow printmaker.
The works are entered around the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, ...as not seen before! A show of vibrant variable screen prints at The Quay Gallery, Aberdour, Fife. 20 November - 24 December 2015