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Mokulito: Japanese Wood Lithography

Weekend course

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Course dates: Sat 3 & Sun 4 September (two-day course).

Mokulito is a form of lithography developed in Japan in the 1970s, which replaces the stone matrix surface with wood. The term Mokulito derives from the Japanese words ‘Moku’ meaning wood and ‘Rito’ meaning Lithography. Join artist Susannah Oliver to learn how to make prints using this wonderful process, that infuses the unique grain of the wood matrix along with hand painted marks and incisions of the artist.

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