The Craft of Print

Over the coming months we look forward to sharing news of a series of publications, events, films and interviews which celebrate the craft of print. We'll be looking at the work of printmakers, editioning studios and specialist printers who are all experts in their chosen field. A few years back Cristian Barnett visited Angie Lewin's studio… Read More

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Mark Hearld at Tinsmiths

Mark Hearld's Squirrel and Sunflower fabric for St Jude's

From 19th March until 23rd April 2016 our good friends at Tinsmiths in Ledbury will be presenting Spring Life, an exhibition of work by painter/printmaker Mark Hearld and ceramicist Paul Young. You'll be able to get a sneak preview of two new designs we'll be launching soon - the fabric version of Mark's popular Squirrel and… Read More

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More from Jonathan Gibbs

Jonathan Gibbs

Life is But a Dream, Jonathan Gibbs' solo exhibition at the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh continues until 27th January 2016. Jonathan has lived and worked in Scotland for many years but acknowledges the importance of the “churches, fields, shorelines and elements of landscape from East Norfolk, where my family comes from”. Having trained at Central… Read More

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Roger Ackling

Roger Ackling

This afternoon we took a visit to Resistance and Persistence, the current exhibition at the Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, which includes works by a favourite artist, Roger Ackling (1947-2014). Graduating from St. Martin's School of Art in the late 1960s, Ackling (along with friends and colleagues Richard Long and Hamish Fulton) challenged the traditional notions of sculptural production. For much… Read More

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Stopping by Woods

I'm pleased to announce the launch of my latest small wood engraving, Stopping By Woods. Inspired by a favourite Robert Frost poem, this wintry print makes use of a rather unusually shaped end grain block that I'd been waiting to find a use for. Find out more

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Mark Hearld’s Horses

Visitors to Mark Hearld's exhibition at York Art Gallery, The Lumber Room - Unimagined Treasures, will have seen the slipcast and hand-painted ceramic horses Mark has created based on a wooden 19th century toy horse the artist found in a Berlin flea market, a reaction to two Leeds Horses in the York Museums Trust's collection.… Read More

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