Exhibition 2017


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Pam Newick

Pam Newick is a painter and printmaker with a degree in Chemistry from Bristol University. She is a member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen and 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.

Fiona Smith

Fiona Smith studied Fine Art and Printmaking at St Martins College, Lancaster.

She worked as a secondary school art teacher for eight years and is now teaching freelance and developing her own practice as a printmaker.

Fiona specialises in non-toxic forms of printmaking, mostly copper sulphate etching.

Her latest work has been inspired by the landscapes and wildlife of Chichester Harbour.

Mary Stephens

Mary Stephens is an experienced printmaker who has been teaching printmaking at The Omega Centre for eight years. As well as workshops and technical support for Omega Printmakers, Mary also offers 10-week courses in screen printing and printmaking. Please go to the courses section for details.

Mary has an MA in Printmaking and is a practicing artist, based at Art Space, Portsmouth.