Cambridge Original Printmakers

Cambridge Original Printmakers will open its doors for the first time on Saturday 27 September until 4 October 2014 at

The Pitt Building, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RB
(opposite the fabulous Fitzbillies restaurant). www.cambridgeoriginalprintmakers.com

41 invited Printmakers based within 30 miles of the city centre will be exhibiting including several internationally acclaimed Printmakers - Charlotte Cornish, Ross Loveday, Geri Waddington and Andy English. The three founders, Susan Jones, Anthony Hopkinson and Jo Tunmer are also showcasing new emerging Printmakers such as Susie Johnson, Emma James and Nina Sage.  

In addition to the 9 day exhibition where all work will be for sale, several exhibitors will be holding demonstrations. There will also be a series of free talks during the two weekends from prominent UK Printmakers, these include:

Master Printmaker Stanley Jones who has worked with artists such as Hockney, Hepworth and Moore throughout his career; Carry Akroyd who is exhibiting at Cambridge Contemporary Art in Trinity St and is kindly taking time out from her exhibition to talk about the sources of her imagery; Chloë Cheese will be talking about her work and her mother’s influences, Master Printmakers Kip Gresham, James Hill, Geri Waddington and Andy English will also be talking about their various printmaking techniques. The booking system for any of these talks can be found on the talks section on the Cambridge Original Printmakers website.

The three internationally recognized Print Houses that are based around Cambridge – Kip Gresham Editions, St Barnabas Press, and the Curwen Print Study Centre will also be showcasing their printmaking classes, print editioning and studio facilities throughout the event.

We do hope you will be able to visit the exhibition and we look forward to welcoming you to Cambridge Original Printmakers – a first for Cambridge!

Saturday 27 September to Saturday 4 October 2014 from 10.30am until 5pm. Sunday 5 October 2014 10.30am until 1pm.

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