Updated: Sep 26, 2019
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Members of York Printmakers will be holding their 3rd annual print fair on 21 and 22 September 2019.
York Printmakers are a diverse group of local printmakers sharing a passion for original print.
Members use a variety of printmaking techniques, including linocut, wood cuts, collagraphs, screen printing and etching.
We produce original limited edition prints, covering a wide range of subject matter, the style varying from illustrative to abstract.
Original prints are at affordable prices, all handmade by local printmakers.
21 – 22 Sept 2019, 10am – 5pm
Cemetery Chapel, York.
Below is some of the publicity we've had so far and I'll be updating this blog on the run up to the print fair.
Hope you can make it.
The York Press
The York Printmakers Print Fair has been featured in The York Press. Read the full article on the York Press website here.
That's York TV
This morning in my studio. Five camera shy YP printmakers being filmed chatting about the printmaking process for ThatsTV York to publicise our print fair this weekend. I felt so immensely proud of everyone.
Tune into ThatsYorkTV Freeview Channel 8 on Monday 16 September 2019 between 6pm & 6.30 pm. It will repeated all evening too.
Here's the That's York TV piece that went live. I think it captured our passion for print really well.
It's a wrap!
Thank you so much to everyone that came to the 3rd York Printmakers Print Fair at the weekend. I just love meeting people and chatting about how I create my prints.
A huge thank you from all of York Printmakers for all your wonderful feedback.We hope you enjoyed the weekend as much as we did.
Thank you also to all my fellow York Printmakers that are always such a great support. Such great teamwork.
Watch this space for our 4th print fair in September 2020.
Below are a few photos from the weekend.
See my linocut print designs inspired by Yorkshire landscapes and seascapes on my printmaking page.
See more about my new linocut designs inspired by the Cleveland Way National Trail in Yorkshire in my blog here.