Monday 3 September – Friday 26 October
Tracy Churchill brings a uniquely elegant and distinctive flair to both her exquisite, hand crafted porcelain jewellery and her delightful artwork and prints. Inspired by a deep love of Nature and its organic forms, Tracy lovingly creates all her artwork and porcelain pieces in her studio at Dandelion, Chipping Campden based in the Cotswolds. From the initial shaping. glazing and hand painted decoration to the triple firings that produce such beautiful and vibrant pieces, Tracy carries out each stage herself. All prints are produced using the highest grade of acid free Bockingford papers and archival quality pigment inks.
Monday 29 October – Friday 23 November
Trained at The Moseley School of Art, Peter became an Art teacher and then Head of Art in a local Dudley school. Early retirement has now allowed him to concentrate on his own artistic output, producing woodcut and linocut relief prints. His images of orchestras and musicians were inspired by attending numerous chamber music concerts and the orchestral concerts given by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Signed, limited editions, prints and original paintings and drawings by this RBSA Open Print Exhibition prize-winning artist available.
Monday 26 November – Friday 25 January 2019
Mike is a full time printmaker, specialising in wood engraving, lino and intaglio collagraph techniques. He has a studio at Ruskin Glass Centre in Stourbridge where he delivers printmaking courses. Mike’s latest project ‘100 Views of Birmingham’ is well underway and should not be missed. Mike began the 100 views project in December 2015. Inspired by Ando Hiroshige’s work but retaining the techniques and style of the work he has developed over the past ten years of printmaking. This is a marathon of printmaking, with at least one different print in an edition of 25 being produced each month.