Rabley Drawing Centre


Sarah Gillespie – Mezzotint Moths

Course 16-18 July 2021

DRAWN TO NATURE Drawing and mixed media inspired by natural history with Nik Pollard RCA

Rabley Drawing Centre is delighted to announce a 3 day course studying the flora and[More Info]

DRAWN TO LANDSCAPE Drawing, ink and wash, monotype with Emma Stibbon RA

DRAWN TO LANDSCAPE Drawing, ink and wash, monotype with Emma Stibbon RA   Course Outline:[More Info]


RABLEY STUDIO PRINT SESSIONS Weekly ongoing creative development and support throughout the year.   Course[More Info]

Artist in Residence

Natasha Michaels Ushaw Residency

Natasha Michaels is the winner of the Ushaw Residency and Acquisition Prize 2022, awarded last[More Info]

Introducing: Molly Martin

We are delighted to announce Molly Martin will be joining our roll call of talented[More Info]

Lucy Farley – Artist in Residence

RABLEY DRAWING CENTRE NEW Artist in Residence 2020 Meryl Ainslie, Director of Rabley Drawing Centre[More Info]

Katherine Jones – Rabley Artist in Residence 2016-17

    The Rabley Drawing Centre at Mildenhall has a new Artist in Residence –[More Info]


Simple Japanese Woodblock Monoprint – Sara Lee

Simple Japanese Woodblock Monoprint – Sara Lee Introducton This handprinted monoprint method borrows techniques from the Japanese tradition to apply water-based inks to a woodblock and make unique prints.

Kitchen Litho by Sadie Tierney

Kitchen Lithography is a planographic printing technique (printing from a flat surface) based on the principle of water and oil repelling each other.

Card Printing by Nik Pollard

Card Printing. The print (left) and the card plate (right) Introduction Card printing is a simple inexpensive method of printmaking that can be used alone to make simple designs/images or combined with other printmaking or painting processes. The basic nature of this printmaking process allows it to be easily adapted[More Info]

Plaster Bandage Cast for Intaglio and Monoprint Printing by Meryl Ainslie

1. Make your image onto the drypoint plate (not shown) – this could be either a monotype or a drypoint, or a combination of both. 2. Ink the plate ready for printing as you would if you were using an etching press. 3. Place your printing plate onto a plastic[More Info]