printmaking art and handpulled books

printmaking art and handpulled books

My recommended exhibitions:

Print Solo

The new online home for finding original, artist-made prints and artists′ books from around the world

Print Solo is founded by an artist with artists at its core, so artists only pay a fair commission for sales. We collaborate with them on editorial choices, and all applications to join are reviewed by a peer group, so artwork is always considered with respect and competence. You won′t find flash sales, a service to match your sofa or other gimmicks. We offer our visitors a deep understanding of the artworks and we want collectors to enjoy and take pride in any acquisition.
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Members Summer Exhibition 2016

Friday 24th June – Friday 26th August 2016
Admission Free
Tuesday – Saturday 10.30am – 5.30pm
425 Harrow Road
London W10 4RE
United Kingdom

The exhibition is an opportunity to see the range of prints produced in the studio by artists working in varied styles and with different techniques, from lithographs, etchings and woodcuts to screen prints. Studio membership is very varied with many younger printmakers working alongside well established names, using the full range of printmaking equipment which makes the studio one of the most comprehensively equipped artist′s workspaces in London. Some work in the exhibition will have been created through the use of highly experimental techniques. The works on display reflect the sense of enquiry and exploration characteristic of the work of many of our members, and this approach is strongly supported and encouraged by the studio and its technicians.

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Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale

Thursday 22 September – Wednesday 28 September 2016
Pitt Building,
Trumpington St,
Cambridge CB2 1RB
United Kingdom

Printmaking is an exciting art form and Cambridge is lucky to house three internationally acclaimed Print Houses within the city. St Barnabas Press, Kip Gresham and The Print Studio and The Curwen Print Study Centre have confirmed their stands for the 2016 exhibition.

The founders of Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale are Jo Tunmer, Anthony Hopkinson and Susan Jones. The three Printmakers share a passion for Printmaking and the desire to create an event showcasing the best work of Cambridgeshire-based Printmakers in a wonderful, historic setting. They are also determined to bring together areas of the community that have never encountered printmaking before. The founders have now been joined by Printmakers Kate Heiss and Tracey Ashman to form a core team for the 2016 exhibition.

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