Please see below for testimonialsWorkshop

To book:  Please visit the Paper and Printing Page under Workshops at….

An Introduction to Lino Printing  

 with Sue Collins

This is an ideal workshop for those wanting to learn how to create their own unique linoprints.  In the beginners printing workshop you will use simple techniques that can be replicated at home without the use of a printing press.

During your workshop you will learn how to:

  • Draw and cut on lino
  • Transfer your image
  • Use of different tools to create texture
  • Ink up and print by hand

You do not have to be good a drawing to enjoy this workshop.  You will get to take home your original art together with the lino plate which you can continue to use at home.  All materials are included.

We need a minimum of 3 to run this workshop and it is open to 10 years and over.

For the perfect present for someone special you can buy a gift voucher for a place on this workshop. 



Thank you for a brilliant workshop this morning, I feel totally inspired and really look forward to another session in the near future! I’ve already been out this afternoon to take photos for my next attempt! Thanks again. Julie. Littlehampton.

For the longest time, i wanted to get to know how to do lino printing and i never knew how to start or which skills would i need to be able to make the first ‘cuts’ and come up with some enjoyable printing results – today was the day that i enjoyed the workshop with Sue Collins @SueCooArt who skilfully walked us through the whole process, sharing her talent, knowledge and experience by creating a fun, safe and relaxed environment while making my first steps in drawing, cutting rubber, applying paint, printing – and now knowing how to go ahead at home 🌿Thank you Sarah @MadeandMaking for the joyful atmosphere at your studio, I am very keen now for the sketchbook club 😃



2 thoughts on “WORKSHOPS”

  1. Sue,

    I’ve recently viewed some of your fantastic prints in various shops around Shoreham and think they’re great!

    I’m looking to fill three 6 x 4 frames and the cards seem to be the perfect size however I’d love to have them in black and white. I wandered whether you able to alter the colours of some of the prints to be in monochrome?

    Many thanks

    Clare Watton

    1. Hi Clare. Thank you for your lovely comments. I could certainly have a go at printing some of my images in monochrome. Which ones were you interested in? Best wishes Sue.

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