Impressions III is on now at the Odlin Gallery in Lower Hutt.
It will run from 10am-4pm daily until Sunday 16 November.
Impressions III is the Hutt Art Society printmakers’ third annual show.
Prints using modern techniques such as digital and photographic processes will be shown
alongside etchings, drypoints, monoprints, collagraphs, solar-plate prints, and woodprints,
giving visitors the chance to see a wide variety of techniques all in one show.
A printmaker will be present throughout the show
to answer questions about the various processes.
Framed and unframed work will be for sale during the exhibition.
| Impressions III guest artist Sam Broad (centre) with Hutt Art Society printmakers|
(L: Jan Mueller Welschof & Jocelyn Hendry, R: Jeanie Randall & Jo Constable)
Guest artist Sam Broad’s lively woodcuts will be a feature of the show.
Filled with witty, often acerbic, sometimes poignant, comments on life and politics in New Zealand.
Broad is also a guest tutor at the Hutt Art Society’s Summer School in January 2014,
helping students to achieve tonal and linear forms in woodcut and linocut printmaking.