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  We have just completed 14 editions for Peter Randall-Page. Beautiful work on various papers.  
 Watch this space for more images soon.

We have just completed 14 editions for Peter Randall-Page. Beautiful work on various papers. 

Watch this space for more images soon.

John McLean


The multi-process etchings project rolls on. The two recent drypoint / screenprint editions were signed yesterday and today we have been printing the softground etching element of a new piece which will be in seven colours.

Its been hot, its been stormy & the print has been drying fast. We’ve had Snik in The Studio for the past couple of days working with us to create his latest edition. 8 colours on 4 different backgrounds, beautifully detailed.

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We collaborate with many exciting artists. Our output is changing all the time and we take pride in pushing the boundaries of our art, so if you are interested in contemporary art, there will be plenty to excite you.

We are just packing up the latest Daedalus edition for distribution to our club members.

Here is a reminder of the Daedalus prints to date. If you would like to find out more about the Collectors club click HERE

  
  The Big Country: Stephen Chambers in conversation with Professor Paul Coldwell  This conversation with the artist Stephen Chambers focuses on a new vast printed work The Big Country recently exhibited at the Royal Academy (24 October—2 Dece mber 2012) as part of the Artist’ Laboratory series of exhibitions. This work, specially made for the Large Weston Room at the RA explores the idea of a metaphorical mapping of the world from points of departure and the unnamed spaces in-between. Chambers, a graduate of Chelsea School of Art, is both a painter and printmaker whose work has included work for dance (This House will Burn 2001 Covent Garden) and numerous book works.  This event is a CCW Graduate School Public Research Platform.  5:30–7:00pm Wednesday 15th May 2013 Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Art & Design 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU RSVP to gsevents@arts.ac.uk

The Big Country: Stephen Chambers in conversation with Professor Paul Coldwell

This conversation with the artist Stephen Chambers focuses on a new vast printed work The Big Country recently exhibited at the Royal Academy (24 October—2 December 2012) as part of the Artist’ Laboratory series of exhibitions. This work, specially made for the Large Weston Room at the RA explores the idea of a metaphorical mapping of the world from points of departure and the unnamed spaces in-between. Chambers, a graduate of Chelsea School of Art, is both a painter and printmaker whose work has included work for dance (This House will Burn 2001 Covent Garden) and numerous book works.

This event is a CCW Graduate School Public Research Platform.

5:30–7:00pm
Wednesday 15th May 2013
Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Art & Design 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU
RSVP to gsevents@arts.ac.uk

   We recently finished a new edition for The London Police. The Screenprint will be release at their London solo show this Thursday.   
     
  Images of the print to come soon.  
  
  
  ‘It’s All Fun & Games Until Someone Gets Hurt’     
 By The London Police 
 10.05.13 - 26.05.13 
 
 They’re comin’ home, They’re comin’ home, They’re comin’, TLP is comin’ home! 

  
 And so it’s back to East London again for UK exports: 'The London Police,’ for their first solo art show in England since 2009. 

  
 This time around, the Amsterdam based lads have themed their show around sports and games… And although they have totally mistimed their sterling effort of jumping on the Olympic bandwagon, the Essex born duo have produced a slick show of considered artworks and designer sport products. 

  
 For inspiration, TLP have leaned on the memories of their athletic exploits growing up: The times when a pool cue was for the pursuit of sporting excellence not for finding someone who owed you money and whacking them around the face. The days when a cricket bat was for hitting sixes into Mrs. Norrington’s back garden before you smacked a ball through your mum’s greenhouse, blamed it on your brother, and had to wait for Dad to come home to give you both a couple of wallops with a rolled up Daily Mail… Aaaaah, sport. Memories.  

  
 Alongside canvas originals, TLP has produced an exclusive range of limited edition, designer pool cues and hand drawn cricket bats.  The games theme continues with a unique painted vintage Monopoly board and photography from TLP’s city-wide Monopoly Street Art installations in London. Attendees at the private view will also have a chance to try their hand at a lucky dip and win prizes by competing on a handmade, wooden, ball-bearing maze game. Four of these very limited edition games will also be for sale.  After a serious injury involving a finger and a wood saw, production of these maze games (and the aforesaid mentioned finger) were 'cut short' so to speak…as they say, It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt…

   John Crossley  signing his recent edition ‘Beneath the flow’. 

John Crossley signing his recent edition ‘Beneath the flow’. 

   Trevor Sutton.  ‘Cascade’ a screenprint with varnishes on 410gsm Somerset TS. Recently published as part of our 'Daedalus’ print club.

Trevor Sutton. ‘Cascade’ a screenprint with varnishes on 410gsm Somerset TS. Recently published as part of our 'Daedalus’ print club.