20 artists from the South Bank Printmakers collective present a selection of original prints using a variety of techniques ' not to be confused with modern mass produced processes. Amongst the eclectic work on show are the figurative London-themed landscapes of Mychael Barrett, Chris Salmon's humorous etchings of goats and sheep, Sonia Rollo's animal etchings and Susie Perring's bright, bold aquatints.Visitors to the exhibition can learn more about various printmaking processes by examining original artists' plates and blocks on display.
The 20 featured artists 20 Impressions are Margaret Ashman, Mychael Barrett, Aimee Birnbaum, Gail Brodholt, Pip Carpenter, Barry Coodman, Mary Cossey, Meg Dutton, Louise Hayward, Carole Hensher, Barbara Jackson, Karen Keogh, Susie Perring, Fiona Pienkowska, Sonia Rollo, Jenny Ronay, Chris Salmon, Jane Stothert, Maureen Sweeney and Peter Wareham.
South Bank Printmakers are a co-operative of Britain's leading printmakers, noted for their quality and professionalism. Their permanent gallery is located at nearby Gabriel's Wharf.