An itch for etching

Melissa Wright is holding an etching workshop at Barratt Galleries in Alstonville this Sunday, February 28.

“I offer a non-toxic (mostly) etching workshop on zinc or aluminium plates,” Melissa said. “I expect people to have an image ready to draw onto the plate. We start with a line etch and then do two to three aquatints to achieve tones. If time allows we do a small edition. I teach how to handle all materials, editioning, storage, etc.”

The workshop costs $120 and runs from 9.30am to 3.30pm.

For more info phone the gallery on 6628 0297 or email info@barrattgalleries.com.au.


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