Gelli Printing Workshop

Make your own gelatine plate

Linda MacAulay

Linda MacAulay

5.0 (3)

6 hours Class size 2 to 4     label $150

Discover how how fun and highly addictive gelli printing is. This simple process consists of transferring the paints from the plate to the paper.

During this workshop you will make your own gelatine plate to take home. You will learn different printing techniques that will enable you to build up and layer patterns and designs. You will also create a stencil from a photograph and print the image, print oodles of prints, and look at some of the ways you can use these prints in mixed media, card making and much more.

Upcycle old books, junk mail, old envelopes and almost any other scrap of paper you can get your hands on. Get ready to spend a fun and relaxing time getting creative and experimenting with this technique. And the best part is you can continue at home without a press and lots of expensive equipment.

Knowledge required
Perfect for beginners!
What you'll get
Includes lunch, written notes, use of paint, rollers, stencils and associated tools.
What to bring
Bring your own paper to print on and ingredients to make the Gelatine plate. Contact Linda for a materials list.

Linda MacAulay adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines. They won't run this class if they've had flu symptoms in the last 14 days.

See additional precautions taken   

My studio has facilities for hand washing, hand sanitizer, and antibacterial wipes for your personal use. Each student has their own desk placed more that 1.5 meters apart. Surfaces and equipment
are cleaned before use. Classes are limited to a maximum of 4 students with the possibility of one on one sessions if required.

Eltham, VIC

Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.

Your teacher
Linda MacAulay
Linda MacAulay

5.0 (3)

Linda’s early study was with photography, drawing and painting. Inspired by the beauty and uniqueness of the Australian landscape she decided to become a landscape artist and developed a distinctive style which uses vivid colour and detail. “I strive to capture the essence of our country from the rich redness of the Pilbara to the turquoise waters of our spectacular coastline.”

After living in Perth for 10 years and traveling extensively around Australia, Linda now calls Melbourne home where she has continues to paint, exhibit and teach. Linda is recognised as one of Australia's foremost watercolour artists and her work has been described as quirky, bold and innovative.

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