New & Recent work by six local artist-printmakers

Tuesday 13th November - Saturday 1st December 2018

Open Tuesday - Sunday, 11am – 5pm

Private View Tuesday 13th November, 6 - 8pm

New and recent work by six local artist-printmakers who met at Putney School of Art and Design. The Print Six all use screen print as a method to create surprisingly different styles and genres; from the boldly graphic to delicate one-offs, from mono-print to colourful animal prints, from intricate pattern to works that take their starting point in nature, all our prints are original artworks produced by hand. 

Participating Artists:

Sarah Acland trained as a geologist, discovering a love of nature, landscape and photography. She finds strong parallels between the layers in rock strata and the layering produced in a screen-print; her work combines photographic and hand-drawn imagery and calligraphy, aiming to capture the feeling of a place through the lighting, using flower, fossil or text. Sarah also wears her art! Bloom is her jewellery line that fuses flower motifs, a splash of colour, some upcycling with a bit of bling - unique pieces that will set off that special black dress, spruce up an ordinary trainer or even make that trip to the corner shop memorable.

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Susi Raymakers With a love of pattern, letters and heritage, Susi Raymakers uses a combination of hand drawing and Photoshop to create highly detailed screen prints in small editions.

Susi graduated from Camberwell College of Art with First Class Honours in Art & Design, and has worked in the creative industry for over 25 years. Early projects ranged from assisting in film art departments, to marketing antique centres, to working on magazine publications at BBC Worldwide. She presently works as a freelance Graphic Designer.

Currently attending Putney School of Art, Susi regularly exhibits across London as part of The Friday Group. Earlier this year her work was selected for the V&A Inspired By exhibition.

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Instagram: susi_raymakers

Twitter: @SusiRaymakers

Cath Lloyd studied surface pattern design at university, which led to a lifelong interest in the interaction of pattern and colour. She introduces pattern into many of her prints, from simple doodles to texture and typography. An interest in icons and bold graphical imagery also plays a part in much of her work. A playful sense of humour is present in many of her pieces, either in the work itself or in the associated title. Cath screenprints in her spare time (not that there is much of it) and is open to commissions for specific requests. 

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Andrea Robinson works with printmaking, text, installation, performance and poetry. She is a founder member of print collective The Friday Group and a member of the Printmakers Council and Southbank Printmakers. Andrea’s prints and artist books are held in private and public collections and archives, including Scarborough Museum, Chelsea College of Art, The British Library, Tate Britain, and the V&A, and online for Art UK which showcases artworks from the UK’s public collections. Her work has been exhibited at venues throughout the UK and internationally - most recently in Protocol for Frieze Art Week, and as a selected artist for Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.

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Twitter: @printsandjam

Madeline Meckiffe spent many years working in graphic design illustrating book covers for adults and children; five years ago she decided to further her creative talents by taking up screen printing - now she's running her own print studio. Through this medium she has designed and made numerous products from cards and prints to lampshades and accessories, all screen printed by hand. Madeline still takes inspiration from the literary tales she encountered in her life in publishing; her unique style blends illustration and graphics to create beautiful products bringing charm and playfulness to the home.

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Facebook: Madeline Meckiffe

Twitter: MrsTangent

Instagram: madeline_meckiffe

Julie Sullock studied Fine Art at St. Martin's School of Art and then completed an MA in Printmaking at Brighton Polytechnic. Her abstract work is inspired by London buildings, gardens and the colours of the reflections in the city and brake lights in the rain. She enjoys combining different printing mediums such as Screen and Etching which produce different qualities. Her work is concerned with colour, composition and mood. She has recently showed prints at Bankside Gallery and the Mall Galleries. Julie is a member of The Printmakers Council and Southbank Printmakers, an artist run gallery in Gabriel's Wharf, where more of her work can be viewed.

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