RE Original Prints 2022
13 May - 10 June 2022
Members of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers are at the forefront of contemporary printmaking. Their annual show always boasts an eclectic and diverse range of prints to inspire and excite, including a variety of printmaking techniques from traditional woodblock methods to digital printmaking.
London Original Print Fair
Somerset House, London
26 - 29 May 2022
The longest running print fair in the world, founded in 1985 at the Royal Academy of Arts, comes to Somerset House for its 37th edition.
The Fair is a celebration of printmaking in all its forms, spanning six centuries from the 15th century works of Dürer and his contemporaries to that of emerging contemporary artists. Highlights include work by Rembrandt, Picasso, Matisse, Hockney, Freud, Warhol, Rego and Emin.
48 internationally renowned print dealers and publishers offer visitors an opportunity to explore and buy works by some of the world’s greatest masters, alongside new work by contemporary artists that's hot off the press.
In conjunction with the physical Fair, London Original Print Fair will be running its online Platform for Prints, launched during the pandemic. Visitors can explore and buy artworks directly from London Original Print Fair exhibitors and many other international dealers and galleries online.
International Original Print Exhibition 2021
4 - 14 NOVEMBER 2021
National Original Print Exhibition is now 'International Original Print Exhibition' and the resulting exhibition of chosen works is scheduled for November 2021!
The International Original Print Exhibition, established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), is an international open submission exhibition celebrating the best of contemporary printmaking.
Ginger Gibbons (Animator, Producer & Director)
Deborah Roslund Hon RE (Collector & Trustee of Paintings in Hospitals)
Sue Timney (Designer)
Prof David Ferry (RE President)
Michelle Griffiths (RE Vice President
Click here for IOPE at Bankside Gallery, London
Dick Jewell, One Blood
Print REbels at the City Assembly House
Dates: 9th July-27th August 2021
'Print REbels' presents a collection of 140 historical and contemporary original prints that was first brought together at the Bankside Gallery, London in 2018 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of the founder and first President of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, Francis Seymour Haden.
BANKSIDE GALLERY, LONDON
Summer at Bankside Gallery
18 JUNE - 8 AUGUST 2021
All artworks are original pieces by contemporary painters and printmakers of the Royal Watercolour Society and Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. Curate your ideal collection combining a variety of media and styles to complement your living space.
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CADAQUES, SPAIN 2021
41st Mini Print International of Cadaqués, 2021
From June 26 to September 30, 2021
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Newlyn Society of Artists
Sat 19 June – Sun 11 July 2021
Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, Gulval, Penzance, Cornwall TR20 8Y
‘After a year of being locked-down, shut-down and closed in, this show is a chance to reflect on past experiences, or look to the future and expand our horizons… Art can give us a way to explore our own souls – there has been a powerful energy in the NSA during these times of change and we’d like to invite people to come and share this. In the beautiful space of Tremenheere Gallery, you will undoubtedly find ‘Looking Forward’ thoughtful, serious, joyful, sometimes playful… and up-lifting’, Yolande Armstrong, Chair of the NSA.
Mini Print International Cantabria
III Edition - 2020
August 14 to January 17th, 2020
An international exhibition of small prints held in a beautiful lighthouse gallery. More than 40 countries are represented.
Bren has been awarded '3rd Mention' in this exhibition.
Time spent at The Sydney Nolan Trust, Presteigne, Wales
September / October 2020
Bren has recently spent time at The Sydney Nolan Trust in Presteigne, Wales. A new body of work apple and stone is beginning to emerge following her immersion in, and connection with, the wild surroundings and the creative centre that focuses on the life of 20th century Australian artist, Sydney Nolan. As much of Wales went into lockdown because of Covid 19, The Rodd provided Bren with a safe haven to explore ideas, actions and materials to feed into her practice.