Fresh British work from the St. Jude's artists

By Alice Hancock,
8th April 2014 - 12:52

The lovely Tinsmith's showroom hosts the third exhibition of St. Jude's work

A third exhibition of fresh work by the brilliant collective at St. Jude’s will be at the Tinsmith’s showroom in Ledbury between 12th April and 10th May.

The four artist’s taking part this year are Peter Green, Jonny Hannah, Angie Lewin and Ed Kluz, whose dark re-imagining of Horace Walpole’s gothic mansion Strawberry Hill in collage form (above) has a wonderfully subversive twist.

Work will range from print editions and textiles to one-off original canvases with most being graphic visualizations of British pastoral themes or vintage-inspired illustrations, making the airy Tinsmith’s gallery an ideal setting.

Though some of the prints only run to small editions, happily most have been produced in enough copies for visitors to be able to buy their favourites (see our gallery below for taster of what to expect).

St. Jude’s at Tinsmiths runs from 12th April to 10th May, Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-5pm. Many of the prints will be able to be viewed online from 19th April.

For an invitation to the opening evening on Friday 11th April, 7pm-9pm, e-mail your details to info@tinsmiths.co.uk

01531 632083; tinsmiths.co.uk

Dandelion on wood engraving - Angie Lewin

George Bennie print - Jonny Hannah

 

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