She is informed, fun, silly, and talented, and is teaching TWO levels,
and as I’ve never tried this whole lino-printing thang
I am excited to learn from her — she is an amazing teacher!
I am dying to make my own from my Buddhas, palms, horses, and bulls! Come play with me in her classes (I payed for the bundle of two classes for a better price), and belong to a secret FB club.
(It could only be better if it was in a treehouse in her neighborhood.)
Information and the landing page with videos plus an early bird discounted price available until Oct 17th. https://coursecraft.net/c/linoprinting101?code=EARLYBIRD
From Tracey: “Is a great beginners course.
I have designed it to be suitable for people
who haven’t tried lino before, or perhaps
they did it many moons ago and can only
half remember it… or perhaps you just
want to dip your toe in. Of course it is
also great if you want to make sure you
have great basics… This is a self paced
course, with lifetime access for as long as coursecraft is available as a platform and
I will be checking in regularly so you still
have plenty of access to me as a teacher… “
BTW, Tracey continues to be available and comment to those signing up for classes she started last year — plus because her students love her and continue to value her input they visit class pages long after they are through!
Like 101 this is a self paced lifetime access course… with an early bird discount here which is also available until Oct 17th… https://coursecraft.net/c/linoprinting201?code=EARLYBIRD
From Tracey: “It is a more advanced version leading on from 101 though you don’t need to have done 101 if you have experience in lino printing. In 201 we get into the nitty gritty, extend people’s skills and get them exploring lino printing in a more fine art oriented way. I didn’t want to bog people down with the basics if they had some experience, and I didn’t want to overwhelm those without a lot of experience by getting into it all… Two classes seemed like a perfect way to do it.”