Although the outcome of the next couple of months is uncertain, we have arranged an exciting programme of exhibitions for 2022. Here's a brief overview:
In April, our programme starts with SatORRicons - six new humorous narrative prints by Chris Orr RA.
Neil Bousfield's set of engravings illustrating the WW1 poems of Wilfred Owen, commissioned by the Folio Society, secured his reputation as one of this generation's finest Wood Engravers; his exhibition in May will feature his latest work.
In June we are delighted to have our first show of paintings by the remarkable Len Tabner, whose seascapes and landscapes catch the elemental power of nature.
Ian Brooks lives in West Yorkshire but spends much of his time in the Arctic and Antarctic. His delicate prints will be on show in July.
Father and daughter Andrew Haslen and Amie Haslen will be exhibiting their colourist wildlife and landscape paintings and prints in August.
Pine Feroda is a joint project of three acclaimed woodcut artists, Merlyn Chesterman, Ian Phillips and Judith Westcott. Their September exhibition will include collaborative prints as well as their individual work.
One of our most popular shows the annual exhibition of the Society of Wood Engravers returns in October. This showcase of the year's finest engravings highlights the contemporary nature of this challenging medium.
In November we are proud to be mounting an exhibition by Barbara Rae RA RSA, one of today's most important artists. Her work is noted for its colourful vibrancy and interpretation of landscape.
We welcome back my friend Norman Ackroyd RA in December for a major exhibition of his new work.