An exhibition of prints by Ian Rawlinson.

Saturday 16th March and Sunday 17th March 2019

Open 11am-6pm on both days.

Artist talk and film screening Saturday 16th March 2.00pm. Refreshments.

Ian will be at the exhibition throughout the weekend.

The exhibition will continue until 5th April. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for opening times.

Ian Rawlinson's recent prints draw upon ideas of place and memory and were originally shown in a series of solo exhibitions exploring different areas of his hometown of Cambridge. Each of the exhibitions and accompanying short film focused on an area either lost or greatly changed since he lived in the city. The imagery in the prints is based on stills from his films and includes significant buildings, places and maps together with heavily etched elements and black void shapes. Prints from this series were awarded a prize at the National Original Print Exhibition in both 2016 and 2017.

Ian Rawlinson is an artist and printmaker who lives and works in London. His work explores places of transition and aspects of change. These points of transformation are a recurring theme throughout his work, giving voice to ideas of identity, connection and other internal processes. His practise includes drawing, printmaking, painting, writing, installation and film making. His work has been widely exhibited in the UK and internationally and is held in public and private collections. He is currently a tutor in Printmaking at Morley College in London.

Ian will also be teaching a series of Collograph workshops at Slaughterhaus Print Studio starting with a one day Quick Collograph course on Sunday 31st March. He will then teach two day workshops Collagraph and Drypoint 1 on Sundays 12th & 19th May and Collagraph and Drypoint 2 on Sundays 10th & 17th November.