Fine art print exhibition unveiled at St Peter’s in Sudbury

PUBLISHED: 10:31 14 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:31 14 May 2018

St Peter's Church on Sudbury's Market Hill. Picture: GREGG BROWN

St Peter's Church on Sudbury's Market Hill. Picture: GREGG BROWN

An exhibition of fine art prints has opened in Sudbury with all work made by members of a Gainsborough’s House group.

The show, at cultural venue St Peter’s, on Market Hill, runs 10am to 5pm until Saturday, May 19.

The high quality prints are all hand-made from members of the Gainsborough’s House print workshop.

The workshop welcomes artists and students and individual members to a well equipped and professional studio offering both term-time classes and a seven-week summer course programme.

The workshop attracts both new and more experienced print makers to its friendly facilities.

An active print workshop members’ committee arranges exhibitions in a variety of venues throughout Suffolk and in neighbouring counties.

Members pay a modest hanging fee and commission on sales in these successful and lively shows.

The versatility and talent of members is showcased through these exhibitions and members are also invited to sell unframed prints and artist’s cards in the Gainsborough’s House shop.

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