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Printmakers Circle

Printmakers Circle
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8 Apr 2017 - 14 May 2017

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Sunny Bank Mills

off Farsley Town Street, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5UJ

Printmakers Circle is a group of professional printmakers based in North Yorkshire, who embrace original printmaking in many different ways, exploring a wide range of traditional and contemporary methods and techniques.

Laney Birkhead – Collograph and Carborundum

Hester Cox – Collographs

Andrew Dalton – Monoprints

Heather Foster – Etchings and Ipad Prints

Pam Grimmond – Linoprints

John Jones – Linoprints

Caroline Machray – Monoprints

Ian Scott Massie – Screenprints

Stef Mitchell – Monoprints

Helen Peyton – Linoprints

Preview: Meet the Artists at Sunny Bank Mills Gallery – Saturday 8th April 12-3pm

12 noon: John Jones Relief Printmaker – shows the many stages of relief printing through hand cut blocks and colour separations and discusses examples of his own work.

1pm: Andy Dalton – demonstrates his unique acetate monoprinting methods – visitors can have a go at making a print with Andy.

2pm: Hester Cox – demonstrates her special techniques of collograph plate making and inking up a collograph plate, as well as making an intaglio print on an etching press.

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Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.

Tuesday - Saturday 10-4pm Sunday 11-3pm Closed Mondays

Accessible entrance at rear of building

Sunny Bank Mills
Free
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  • Visual Art
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