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Coming Soon

Poster

Some Day My Prints Will Come
Ruth Fettis, Annie Fforde and Patrick Whitehead

 

 18th May - 8th June 2024
Sat, Tues and Fri - 11am - 3pm

 

Ruth Fettis, Annie Fforde and Patrick Whitehead are printmakers working in diverse ways with different approaches, styles, and processes, but they all share a passion and enthusiasm for printmaking and a strong desire to share this with the wider community in the Bradford District.

‘Some Day My Prints Will Come’ is an exhibition of unique original prints including works in linocut, etching, drypoint, aquatint, monotype and woodcut.

Ruth is a skilled linocut printmaker who creates large, narrative and figurative prints motivated by social issues and events from within the local community and beyond.

Inspired by both the changing dramatic colours of the Pyrenees, where she lived, and by Sylvia Plath's poetry and music, Annie's prints often combine printmaking methods, including monotype, etching and woodcuts.

Patrick, inspired by his travels overseas and a love of different cultures. creates solar etching and drypoint prints. His subject matter ranges from architecture and crowds to everyday scenes.

 

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Streets Ahead

Trapezium Arts and documentary photographer Cath Muldowney, have joined forces for an initiative to regenerate the highstreets in South Bradford, by bringing art to vacant shop windows.

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You can also view the work of local Artists, Photographers and other Creatives work online

 

 

Open, Themed and Artist's Galleries

Trapezium Online Galleries

 

Seeds Project Gallery

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A Series of Open, Themed and Artist's Galleries of local Bradford's Artists, Photographers and other Creatives.

Open for submissions by all.

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Open Galleries

 

 

Seeds is an online gallery with images planted there for Bradford's Artists, Photographers and other Creatives to use and reinterpret in their own way, creating something new that draws on the existing work.

These new artworks can then be submitted to the growing Seeds gallery, branching out to reseed new and inspiring works of art.

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Open Seeds Gallery

 

 

Trapezium gallery is a voluntary enterprise supporting local Artists, Photographers and other Creatives to show their artwork

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