Photopolymer allows the translation of sensitive drawing marks to plate and is equally successful with photographic imagery. No chemicals or acids are involved – just water! Enjoy and explore its mark making and tonal potential.
Colin Gale has over ten years experience working with photopolymer. He recently collaborated with artist Martha Parsey on Gainsborough Girls, a limited edition work commissioned by Gainsborough’s House.
PWS members £175+VAT £210
Thomas Gainsborough (1727-88) was born in Sudbury and baptised at the Independent Meeting-House in Friars Street on 14 May 1727, the fifth son and ninth child of John and Mary Gainsborough. In 1958, Gainsborough’s House Society was formed to purchase the house and establish it as a centre for Thomas Gainsborough. The Museum opened to the public in 1961 and has remained open for over 50 years. The beautiful historic garden at the heart of Gainsborough’s House is maintained by a devoted body of volunteers, who garden exclusively with plants that were available in Gainsborough’s lifetime.
Gainsborough’s House Society , Charity No. 1170048 and Company Limited by Guarantee No. 10413978