Amy Dennis

Inchmickery Island with Navigational Tools, egg tempera on true gesso panel, 37 x 24 cms

Amy Dennis studied Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 2000. She is a Jolomo Foundation Landscape painting award winner (2013) and has exhibited with the Scottish Gallery since 2009, in regular Society group shows and has work in public collections. She currently lives and works in Edinburgh.

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Monica Poole

Monica Poole - Piddock Architechture - wood engraving

This is Monica Poole's 'Piddock Architecture' wood engraving from 1975, one of the prints that feature in A Printmaker's Journey, the exhibition I've curated for Hampshire Cultural Trust which reopened at its final venue in Lymington last week.

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Workshops for December

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Later this year I'll be exhibiting at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh as part of A Fine Line, alongside Lizzie Farey (who I have co-curated the exhibition with), France Priest and Bronwen Sleigh. I'll be sharing further information about the event over the coming weeks. As part of the exhibition, there will be two work related workshops.

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A Printmaker’s Journey

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I'm delighted to share news of a forthcoming exhibition that I have curated for Hampshire Cultural Trust, A Printmaker's Journey, which opens in Winchester on Saturday 11th March and then tours Hampshire until early November 2017. A Printmaker's Journey includes work selected from a wide range of disciplines and periods which will lead the visitor through the… Read More

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Barnett Freedman

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Barnett Freedman was a prolific artist and illustrator, a less well know contemporary of Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious. Find out more...

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Rena Gardiner at MMU

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Manchester Metropolitan University's Special Collections are currently hosting an exhibition dedicated to the work of Rena Gardiner.

Rena Gardiner (1929-1999) spent her life entirely devoted to her art, creating books, prints and paintings. She is best known for a series of guidebooks to historic places, buildings and the countryside, each of which she wrote, printed and illustrated herself. This exhibition will include some of these guidebooks alongside paintings, pastels, linocuts and sketch-books and a display of work by some of the artists who influenced Rena including Eric Ravilious, John Piper and Edward Bawden.

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