Printmaking @ The Buckinghamshire Craft Guild

Printmaking using Various Techniques
Jeannelise Edelsten Well Worn
Alexandra Buckle Lakeside Puddles

Alexandra Buckle uses the reduction linocut process to produce scenes that transport you to a place of serene tranquility; Bluebell Woods and Silver Birch edged lakes.
Jeannelise Edelsten produces intricately patterned and colourfully shaped abstract prints alongside detailed imagery of exotic birds and trees, employing her unique gilding and drypoint technique.
Lindsey Graham focuses on details in nature and landscape. Giant bold leaves brushed with gold or copper give an essence of the season whilst a sensitive line and patch of colour hint at a distant memory; mountains, meadows and waterfalls.
Deborah Hopson-Wolpe stylised lettering and graphic linocuts have a real element of fun, whilst her etchings tend to focus on the domestic interior. Deborah's pots will also be displayed in the gallery.
Sarah Russell creates evocative abstract landscape mono prints focusing on colour, pattern and mark making and influenced by the changing seasons and the surrounding natural world.

Venue

Buckinghamshire Craft Guild
Layby Farm
Old Risborough Road
Stoke Mandeville
HP22 5XJ
01296 821218

Opening Dates and Times

June 2021
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W/Days: 
10am-4pm
Sat: 
10am-4pm
Sun: 
10am-4pm
Special information: 
Easy car parking available, Access for wheelchair users, Practical demonstrations
Art specialisms: 
Printmaking

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