Printing – The Print Studio Cambridge

Date: 23rd December 2013

Posted by: printededitions_admin

The Print Studio Cambridge is run by Kip Gresham who has been making original prints with artists for around 40 years.

The list of collaborations is vast and includes Gillian Ayres, John Bellany, Patrick Caulfield, Prunella Clough, Alan Davie, Barry Flanagan, Elisabeth Frink, Terry Frost, John Hoyland, Richarcd Long, Eduardo Paolozzi, Patrick Procktor, Paula Rego, Kiki Smith & Claes Oldenburg.

Stephen Chambers painting on the lightbox for his recent edition

Stephen Chambers painting on the lightbox for his recent edition

Tim Gresham and Tom Milton also work in the printshop bringing their particular skills to the mix. The Studio both publishes in its own right and works under contract for other pubishers.

The attitude of the studio is collaborative and experimental. The approach to each artist’s work is very adaptable. The means by which the work is made change with the demands of the artist and the image.

Iain Robertson working on a group of monoprints

Iain Robertson working on a group of monoprints

Many pieces require the fusion of new and old technologies or more than one printing medium.

Monoprinting or the making of unique prints is at the heart of the activity. Editions emerge from a foundation of experimentation. Nothing is set in stone, there is no house style.

John McLean planning the colour separation for a combined dry point and screenprint edition

John McLean planning the colour separation for a combined dry point and screenprint edition

The publishing programme covers the work of both established artists and younger emerging ones. The aim is always to make prints of the highest quality which have energy, self-assurance and exploit the unique potential of the printed image.

View prints by the Print Studio Cambridge here.

 

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