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Studio 73 is a Brixton based London art gallery offering framing services and the best Printed and Original Artwork.

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Wood Burning with MadeByMaika

18 June (SOLD OUT)

2 July (SOLD OUT), 16 July, 30 July

13 – 20 – 27 August

7 – 9 PM at Studio 73 Gallery

Those that have a burning desire to do something a bit different will love Pyrography. Writing with fire needn’t be as scary as it sounds, as artist and illustrator Maika will take you through the steps on the basics of wood burning. The class will teach you how to draw your own designs freehand, or simply using the different shaped iron tips with ease, ready to start your journey into Pyrography! You’ll be encouraged to test your creativity with plenty of wood samples, and you will head home with a choice of two coasters, key ring or wooden spoon/spatula as well as your new skills!

Whether you’re a seasoned pyro looking to get together with a group of like minded people or just wanting to learn how to burn, there’s something for all abilities.

You will head home with a choice three items including a coaster, key ring or wooden spoon/spatula as well as your new skills!

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Creative Writing through Art with Gina DeCagna

19 June, 25 June

7 – 9 PM at Studio 73 Gallery

Join the intimate setting of Studio 73 over tea to write in your favourite forms (poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and so on) inspired by local art prints in the studio. For novice or expert wordsmiths alike, we’ll spend time developing techniques on writing from art, and then shift into a supportive critique group of giving and receiving feedback.

Based in South East London, Gina DeCagna hails from the New York metro area and Philadelphia in the States, before coming to the UK to work on her MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London. She is a dedicated writer, editor, and visual artist who is a specialist on the intersection of the visual and literary arts.

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Introduction to Cyanotypes with Sally Gunnett

27 June, 18 July

7 – 9 PM at Studio 73 Gallery

Cyanotypes are a Victorian photographic process using light sensitive paper which produces beautiful blue prints when exposed to sunlight. Working with a range of objects you will create photograms by arranging these on the light sensitive paper.
After an introduction to the process and its history you will be shown how to coat your own paper with cyanotype chemicals. Whilst this is drying you will have an opportunity to make some test prints before using the paper which you have hand coated to create a range of images using sunlight to expose your images and then water to develop them. We’ll be making some prints using the available evening light and then working with a UV lamp. At the end of the two hour session you will leave with a range of prints.

You’ll also receive a handout at the end of the session recapping the process and detailing a list of suppliers and online resources.

Objects such as plants, glass bottles, buttons, lace will be provided but you are also free to bring your own items to create your image with. Aprons and gloves will also be provided

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Introduction to Chemigrams with Sally Gunnett

11 July, 7 – 9 PM at Studio 73 Gallery

Chemigrams are an alternative photographic technique developed in the 1950s using household substances to create images by painting on light sensitive photographic paper. These produce a wonderful variety of patterns, colours and textures when exposed to light and then developed using darkroom chemicals. After an introduction to the process and a demonstration of how to create your images using a variety of approaches, you will apply a range of household substances, such as oil, salt, toothpaste, to light sensitive paper which you will then expose to light and develop using darkroom chemicals. At the end of the 2 hour session you will leave with a range of prints. Protective clothing such as aprons and gloves will be provided. This workshop will be led by Sally Gunnett, an artist who works with alternative photography and printmaking techniques and has over ten years of teaching experience.This event is suitable for over 18s only.

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