Exhibition 2017


Omega Printmakers is operated entirely by volunteers.

Pam Newick

Pam Newick is a painter and printmaker with a degree in Chemistry from Bristol University. She is a member of the Hampshire Artists’ Cooperative. Over the years she has enjoyed using all of the printmaking processes, but mostly etching, drypoint, collagraph, woodcut and digital techniques for her own work, where she takes her inspiration from the life class or the landscape to produce images which are abstract to varying degrees.


Member Technicians

Nel Lee (bookings co-ordinator)

Chris Wood 

Chris Wood is a painter, printmaker and sculptor. He trained at Ipswich Art School and Wimbledon College of Art.  Chris is a member of ArtSpace Portsmouth and the Hampshire Sculpture Trust. He is a visiting lecturer and drawing demonstrator at University of Portsmouth and has run a popular Experimental Life Drawing Workshop for the past 25 years. Formerly he worked as an illustrator, graphic designer and academic leader in Further and Higher Education. Now he divides his time between working as a fine artist and part time lecturer. Whilst his preferred choice of printmaking techniques include wood engraving and lino cutting he has dabbled with etching, Collagraph, drypoint and monoprint. Inspiration comes from a variety of sources, including topographical, natural history and the human form. He has exhibited widely and has work in private collections across the world. 


Sadie Tierney

Fiona Rimmer