Last night I attended the opening of the Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale exhibition. It is a lovely exhibition showing work by over 39 printmakers. There are a range of printmaking techniques on display, including etching, linocut, letterpress, screenprint and wood engraving.
Highlights include A J Blustin’s atmospheric linocuts, Laura Chaplin’s aquatic screenprints, Elizabeth Fraser’s playful letterpress, Celia Hart’s East Anglian inspired linocuts, Alison Hullyer’s floral Chine-collé, Louise Stebbing’s incredibly detailed linocuts and Geri Waddington’s wood engravings of gardens and buildings.
A variety of talks and demonstrations accompany the exhibition. It’s a great opportunity to learn about the art of printmaking and see some fantastic work!
Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale exhibition at The Pitt Building, Cambridge until 28th September 2016, 10.30am – 5pm
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