Sudbourne Park Printmakers are now getting ready for our next important show at the spacious Snape Concert Hall Gallery in the concert hall building at Snape Maltings, IP17 1SP. It opens on Saturday 31st July and runs right through August. We hope to steward the show daily from 11am until the evening concerts start where possible.
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First exhibition of the year for me with Sudbourne Park Printmakers (subject to covid restrictions): 23rd – 28th October at Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk UK Woodcuts, Relief Prints, Etchings and large selection of cards available. Further details to follow.
Great to be back in the workshop! Of course things are somewhat different these days and although I’m sad not to see many of the team, there is the added luxury of space that us printers soon expand to fill with our many inky ideas. Several new prints heading into the Etsy shop soon to…
New listings now being added daily. Original ‘Ancient Tree’ etchings are now available in two colour options, six currently available at £20 each. ‘The Path’ and ‘Summer Field’ are original paintings on canvas supports, painted edges and ready to hang at £90 each. http://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/WildThymeStudio
Small, original watercolour images created during river walks and coastal visits. These can now be purchased from Etsy.com. Sale from 21st July until 20th August 2019.
Great to start back at Sudbourne Park Printmakers this week. In preparation, I’ve been working from my Cornwall sketches. My first interpretation of one sketch this week involved using drypoint etching and monotype. On the left, two printing plates (acetate) are shown. The bottom one is etched and inked in a mixture of burnt umber, process…