The wide variety of subject matter chosen by printmakers in the Sixteen exhibition at Morley Gallery is matched by the variety of techniques they use.
Etching and photo-etching, linocut and woodcut, collagraph and monoprint are all included in this show, featuring the work of sixteen artists who combine traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques.
Styles and subjects are equally wide-ranging: Alison Bernal's light-filled studies of clouds contrast with Jo Okell's abstract monoprints; Karen Keogh's colourful landscapes and Judy White's powerful figure studies have both previously been shown at the Royal Academy; Paul Helm's portraits of composers and Austin Cole's atmospheric townscapes add to the rich mix.
Sixteen first exhibited together at the Morley Gallery in spring 2007; the success of their first show has led to this return with new work.
All work will be for sale. With prices ranging from 40 - 400, this is an excellent opportunity to purchase original art.