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Ochre Print Studio

Open Access printmaking studio offering courses, workshops, demonstrations, exhibitions and talks.

Lockwood Centre

Westfield Road

Slyfield Industrial Estate

Guildford

Surrey

GU1 1RR

t: 07930 384753

e: info@ochreprintstudio.co.uk

w: www.ochreprintstudio.co.uk

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Work for sale from £1 - £500. Credit cards accepted.

This is a working studio. Visitors may see demonstrations of work. Groups up to 25 people welcome.

Google Map: Ochre Print Studio Turn onto Slyfield Industrial Estate, take first left into Moorfield Road, Lockwood Centre is on the left with parking outside the Reception Area.

Place to eat: Jolly Farmer, Worplesdon. Bus service: 34, 35 10min walk.

Part of The Wild West Trail.

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Days open [closed] June 2019

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Ochre Print Studio

Studio

Ochre Print Studio is an open access fine art print studio, welcoming and encouraging artists and printmakers of all abilities to engage in the creative processes of traditional printmaking and contemporary print technology. Our spacious, well equipped studio provides a safe, friendly and inclusive environment with extensive range of equipment, including facilities for fine art screenprint, photopolymer, intaglio, relief and textile printmaking. We offer a yearly programme of courses, talks and demonstrations, including visits and master classes by well established artists.

t: 07930 384753

e: info@ochreprintstudio.co.uk

w: www.ochreprintstudio.co.uk

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

See the workshops Ochre Print Studio is running as part of the Open Studios event.

Ochre Print Studio welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Annee Robson

Artist / Printmaker

Artist, educator, printmaker and Director of Ochre Print Studio. My work is mostly about ‘self’, not necessarily ‘myself’ and my prints often involve or are inspired by the colours and textures of the Welsh landscape. Screenprint is a wonderful process that allows me to create layers of colour and texture using photographic images, paper stencils, drawings, photocopies and anything else that can be safely put on an exposure unit. I always carry my camera with me; it is my sketchbook.

t: 07711 562063

e: annee.robson@ochreprintstudio.co.uk

w: www.anneerobson.co.uk

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Annee Robson welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Annee Robson, Angel with a Fuzzy Head I

Angel with a Fuzzy Head I

50cm x 50cm screenprint

Jule Mallett

Textile & Mixed Media Artist

Combining print, drawing, thread and rust Jule creates original engaging pieces which reflect her love of the worn and imperfect. Whether drawn, dyed, painted, printed or stitched each piece evokes a sense of playful nostalgia which encourages the viewer to re-examine their own relationship with the old, damaged and mundane. Created with the environment in mind, Jule's work uses preloved and vintage materials.

t: 01483 573949

e: jule.mallett@btinternet.com

w: julemallett.uk

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

See the workshops Jule Mallett is running as part of the Open Studios event.

Jule Mallett, Sunstruck

Sunstruck

28cm x 28cm rust, indigo and ink on cloth

Ruth Barrett-Danes

Printmaker

My work is concerned with landscape and the natural world; its seasons, the weather and the creatures that inhabit it and attempts to explore the sense of belonging to a particular place at a particular time and those qualities that make it special. I now live in Hampshire though I was born in Devon and lived in Wales for over 40 years and all of those places have insinuated themselves into my work whether ceramics or printmaking. The images I make are a precis rather than a picture, a summing up.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Ruth Barrett-Danes, Autumn Glory

Autumn Glory

20cm x 20cm collagraph

Mai Osawa

Artist, Illustrator & Printmaker

I am a Japanese artist now based in the UK; a set designer and book illustrator with a special interest in British architecture, now working on editorial, commercial and personal commissions, using mainly watercolour and pen and ink. I began printmaking at Ochre Print Studio a number of years ago using various techniques including photopolymer, drypoint, and etching with architecture as the subject matter of many of my prints. In recent years I have joined the studio’s Management Team, overseeing the etching facilities and leading the in-house intaglio printmaking courses.

Mai Osawa, Behind the Wall

Behind the Wall

drypoint

Vicky Oldfield

Painter / Printmaker

Vicky is a printmaker whose work is primarily concerned with nature and a Sense of Place. “My working processes are contemplative, my practice makes me slow down and really study an object, discover its beauty and the story it has to tell. I hope this aim will permeate the final pieces, and engage the viewer on both an abstract and a figurative level.” Her work has been selected for many prestigious national exhibitions, including the RA Summer Exhibition, the Royal Society of British Artists, Originals National Print Exhibition, and is held in public, private and corporate collections.

t: 020 8398 3569

e: vickyoldfield@hotmail.com

w: vickyoldfield.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Vicky Oldfield welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Vicky Oldfield, Dahlia 1

Dahlia 1

collagraph

David Crosby

Artist / Printmaker

I have found a natural home in printmaking, inspired by the processes, materials and camaraderie it imbues. I enjoy exploring the mark making of printing and the effects and worlds one can create from these. The unexpected results the process can sometimes present enhance the challenge and opportunities for creativity. Although my work has an illustrative basis, rather than focusing on narrative it explores the relationship between character, emotion and space. I like to invite the viewer to question what they are seeing, recognising objects, actions or their suggestion.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

David Crosby, Tyr's Hand

Tyr's Hand

linocut

Emma C Tabor

Artist / Printmaker

My drawings are explorations in pattern, experimenting with line and forms, investigating the visual language that develops. I have an initial starting point but each drawing grows in a unique way to find its final form and reveal itself. They are part of a developing process rather than a representation of any identifiable form; I leave it to the viewer to decide what is happening. Printmaking allows for the investigation of the effects of colour on the drawings. Layering printed drawings in different colours alters their mood and impact. This work allows re-interpretation of the drawing

t: 01276 38748

e: emma@tabor.me.uk

w: emma.tabor.me.uk

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Emma C Tabor, Solo

Solo

10cm x 10cm digital print