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Blackadder

Elizabeth Blackadder: Etchings and Screenprints

Glasgow Print Studio First Floor Gallery
Exhibition runs: 24th August - 5th October 2014

Dame Elizabeth Blackadder RA RSA RSW is one of the UK’s best loved and highly regarded living artists, noted for portraying flowers, cats, Japanese gardens & still life compositions. She employs a unique style which is both contemporary and striking. 

As a highly respected printmaker for over five decades, Blackadder has experimented with a range of printmaking media including lithography, etching, aquatint, dry point, woodcut and screenprint. She has worked with Master Printers at Glasgow Print Studio since 1985 when she was originally invited by Director John Mackechnie to work on a series of etchings with him. Over the past fourteen years the studio has helped to create over 100 lithographs, etchings, screenprints and woodcuts with Elizabeth.

Above: Elizabeth Blackadder, Wild Flowers, 2013, screenprint in an edition of 65, 89.5 x 72.5 cm.

Blackadder PDF

Click here or the image above to download a PDF leaflet featuring etchings and screenprints produced at Glasgow Print Studio.

See more works by Elizabeth Blackadder online at Glasgow Print Studio.


Glasgow Print Studio Publications

BAS prints A5

Click here or the image above to download a PDF leaflet featuring all the prints produced at Glasgow Print Studio for the Below another sky project. Includes works by Rohini Devasher, Michael Fullerton, Jim Lambie, and Seher Shah. 


ashley cook

Ashley Cook is an artist who has specialised in printmaking since her college days at Glasgow School of Art in the 1980s. She has undertaken many international residencies, making and teaching printmaking in a wide range of countries.

Ashley creates complex montages, and in this exhibition she pulls together images that are a reflection on a childhood journeying between Scotland and England in the late 60s and 70s. Imprinted memories of family and notions of "Home" are observed retrospectively at a critical time for Scotland, poised as it is, on the brink of a monumental decision about its future. 

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Click here to download a PDF leaflet featuring works from the exhibition.

See more works by Ashley Cook online at Glasgow Print Studio.

Above: Ashley Cook, Life's Riches Traded for Fool's Gold, screenprint in an edition of 6, 48 x 48 cm. 


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