Anne Haworth, Flower Jug

ALCHEMY

Fine Art Prints by Members of Gloucestershire Printmaking Cooperative

Exhibited from Tuesday 10 March - Sunday 26 April, 2015

(noun ‘al·che·my’ : 1. medieval:  concerned with the transmutation of matter 2. a power or process that changes or transforms something in a mysterious or impressive way

“The alchemy of good curating amounts to placing one work of art near another so that one plus one equals three. Two works arranged alchemically leave each intact, transforms both, and creates a third thing.” Jerry Saltz

This exhibition explores the alchemy of printmaking. It showcases a wide variety of techniques and processes, together with the accoutrements of printmaking such as actual plates or screens, tools and materials, offering visitors an insight into how prints are created and what Fine Art Printmaking is all about.

Presented by GPC in collaboration with The Museum in the Park.

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