This summer’s show at For Arts Sake will feature over 90 new works by leading printmakers, showcasing the best in contemporary printmaking. The exhibition will consist of a selection of works made from the 136th annual exhibition of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers at Bankside Gallery.
The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers is one of the world’s premier organisations and represents the work and interests of printmakers. Each year the society holds their Original Prints exhibition of current work by the Society’s Members. For the first time ever, a selection of works from this show will be transferring from their home in Bankside Gallery (on the Thames riverside next to the Tate Modern), to west London.
The exhibition will feature works by both new and established printmakers and will present a variety of prints exploring the boundaries of printmaking. Techniques on display will range from aquatint, drypoint, digital, intaglio, linocut, screenprinting, wood engraving to etching on tea-stained Japanese gampi chin-colle.
Exhibition Dates: June 10th to July 10th 2016.
Private View: Thursday 9th June 6pm to 9pm.
To find out more about the exhibition click here.