31 August 2019
Clore Learning Studio
Saturday 31 August, 11am - 4pm
Led by Jennie Ing
Create a series of lino prints using two or three colour reduction with Greenwich Printmaker, Jennie Ing. Develop your design before learning how to cut and register your colour layers, gaining new skills that will enable you to continue printmaking at home.
About the Artist...
Jennie Ing is a London-based printmaker whose work mainly features the urban environment that she calls home. She has a fascination with architecture, including the colours, repetitions and patterns found in cities. Working in relief print, Ing loves the hands-on process of cutting away areas from a flat piece of lino, applying ink to what remains and printing from this onto paper using her Victorian Albion letterpress.
Greenwich Printmakers at 40
5 July - 1 September
Watts Contemporary Gallery
Free admission | All works for sale
This year Greenwich Printmakers celebrate their 40th anniversary and this summer, to honour the occasion, Watts Contemporary Gallery will host Greenwich Printmakers at 40. The exhibition will feature prints by all 35 members and will showcase their distinctive styles and subject matter,with many members creating exclusive and never-before-seen prints, directly responding to the Artists' Village: its local environment, architecture and collections. Featured techniques include linocut, etching, screenprint, monoprint, photoetching, aquatint, drypoint, solar plate gravure, collagraph, lithography, wood engraving and woodcut.
Discover Affordable ArtWant to be able to enjoy the exhibition from home? You can now buy works from Greenwich Printmakers at 40 on our online shop. Click here to browse the selection online.
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