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Sally Stephens

Sally Stephens uses the intaglio processes of etching and drypoint in her practice and also some screenprint. Her work frequently explores the human face and its enduring fascination. Crowds and collections of faces provide a way to think about how the individual relates to a group, and consider the connections between people. Work is also inspired by travel and encountered images, for example Greek and Roman sculpture and busy city streets.

Sally has completed an Advanced Diploma in Printmaking at Central St Martins School of Art and an MA in printmaking at Northampton University. Sally is part of the LPW tutor team and has also delivered several community projects.

Courses I'm Teaching

Print courses starting in July 2021

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Experiments with Wooden Type

Saturday 3rd July 10am - 4pm

Coronavirus Update: This course has been rescheduled [as of 5th March].

This is a day course exploring the expressive and experimental qualities of the workshop’s beautiful collection of wooden type.

Print courses starting in August 2021

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Carborundum onto Aluminium

Sunday 15th August 10am - 4pm

Coronavirus Update: This course has been rescheduled [as of 5th March].

Make bold and painterly prints! Carborundum is a fine grit that comes in 3 grades that we will be adhering to the surface of an aluminium plate. This will create a form of collagraph with the grit holding lots of ink.