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Celebrating the art of contemporary printmaking and showcasing a wide range of print methods, including collagraph, monotype, linocut, etching and photogravure with

Anna Clark • Clare Phelan
Lindsey Moran • Gill Curry
Martin McCoy • Clare Flinn
June Shapter

with ceramics by
Emily Hughes

Thursday 9th February – Saturday 25th March

Anna Clark

Rural and urban landscapes are a regular feature of Anna’s work and her aim is to capture fleeting moments generated by changes in movement and light read more >>>

Clare Phelan

Clare is a printmaker who works directly with the ancestors of our digital world. Cyber culture theory, and the idea of a ‘cultural lag’ in our understanding of advancing technology inform her work read more >>>

Lindsey Moran

Lindsey has a keen interest in the relationship between printmaking and photography.   Her work explores the impact of light in both architectural and organic contexts read more >>>

Gill Curry

Gill studied Art and Contemporary Dance pursuing a career teaching Art & Design. In 2006 she read for an MA in Fine Art (Print) at Chester University and for the past twenty years has specialised in a variety of printmaking methods read more >>>

Martin McCoy

Although now based in Merseyside, Martin has returned regularly to Ireland and his connection with the Irish landscape and Irish history and writing has increasingly informed the development of his work. Most recently his series of etchings and monotypes responding to the landscape settings of the 9th Century Irish story of cursed Ulster King, ‘Buile Suibhne’ – Mad Sweeney read more >>>

Clare Flinn

Clare’s work is driven primarily by her love of the wilder places of the UK and Ireland. She trained as a printmaker during a Fine Art degree at Wirral Metropolitan College. Her current exploration is with monoprint and monotype, with the action of ink, plate and press – wiping, marking, diluting, the relinquishing of control – being an apt parallel to the forces at work on the landscape that she is portraying in her work.

June Shapter

June is a Maximalist Collage Artist who paints with paper using a ‘more is more’ approach.  She works exclusively with her own hand monoprinted tissue papers, hand cut stencils and a Gelli Plate to create intensely colourful, highly patterned and vibrant collaged pieces.  In her 3D sculptural work read more >>> 

Emily Hughes

Emily’s current body of work consists of hand built slab vessels and porcelain functional pieces. Her work represents her life growing up in a village between a quarry and the sea. Emily represents through her mark making and form the textures and lines found on the mountain side and the contrast between the landscape in which she lives. It is portrayed in this collection by the smooth areas contrasting the ripped edges that are exaggerated naturally by the clay.