A group of artist printmakers based in Milton Keynes have and exhibition opening in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, on Saturday, March 5.
The exhibition of work by the Milton Keynes Printmakers will be at The Sewell Centre Gallery at Radley College independent boys’ boarding school, in Abingdon, until March 30, and the gallery is open daily from 11am to 4pm.
Entitled Prints From The South Pavilion, it includes original prints by members of this respected group.
A range of different printmaking techniques will be on show, including etching, lino, woodcut, collagraph and monoprint.
Unframed work starts at £30.
Founded and run by experienced artist-printmakers since 1988, Milton Keynes Printmakers is based in a beautiful 18th century studio forming part of the Courtyard Arts Centre in Great Linford, Milton Keynes, where it produces and exhibits its work.
It runs courses for beginners, printmaking master classes and occasionally also holds courses for students approaching university application.
Visit the group’s website at www.mkprintmakers.co.uk or contact them on 0844 357 8293.
Contact Radley College on 01235 543039.