Hull Print Collective

Tue 25th May 2021 to Sun 13th June 2021
Art Exhibition, Burton Constable Hall, Hull
Free with admission.
Hull Print Collective is an evolving group of printmakers employing a very personal approach to printmaking media to realise observations, ideas, memories and feelings. The work on display will reflect this personal interest by adopting a graphic and abstract, decorative or narrative approach or by taking a realistic view of the world. 
The Collective, whilst working at home, often in isolation meet weekly at Hull College printmaking class using the facilities to print and make final work. These regular meetings give an opportunity to exchange ideas, offer advice and support and to plan for future exhibitions.          
Twitter - @HullPrintCollec 
Instagram - hullprintcollective

Contact Information:

Jean Edwards : 07989223314

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