Check out our November Events!
Myself and my fellow York Printmakers are having 2 events opening in November, both running until February 2017. – Plenty of time to pop along and have a nosey!
3rd November – 1st February: York Hospital
(Main Corridor, Junction 3)
10th November – 28th February: Osbornes @ 68
opening times: Mon-Sat 10am – 5pm // Sun 11am – 4pm
(The exhibition at Osbornes will change on the 29th December to allow 7 other members to exhibit.)
for more information please visit www.yorkprintmakers.org.uk
From 3rd – 31st October my work will be on display within the York Printmakers Group Launch Exhibition at Blossom Street Gallery.
The exhibition will include a wide range of prints on display from 23 of our members, an interactive area displaying tools and printing equipment, meet the artist talks and demonstrations.
For more information visit www.yorkprintmakers.org.uk
Since October 2015, myself and a group of printmakers from York have been meeting once a month to discuss our love of printmaking and share elements of our individual practices. Often, in our meetings we bring printing matrices/plates and prints to share with one and other, discussing and comparing techniques. Subsequently, exciting things are now beginning to happen!
We have been invited to undertake a six month residency at Murton Farming Museum, York, resulting in an exhibition of work made on site to conclude our time at Murton.
We also have Our inaugural Launch exhibition in October, followed by two more exhibitions lined up for November.
For more information please visit our website www.yorkprintmakers.org.uk
Hopefully there will be many more exciting opportunities and activities to come for our printmakers group!
Stay tuned for more info.
Today myself and the York Curiouser team began installing the John Wedgwood Clarke poems around York. Some were graffitied or chalked onto alleyways, snickets, and pavements. Others were printed onto postcards and posters which are dotted around the city.
Here is a map of where the poems are placed around York. (Click to enlarge) See if you can find them all! . . .