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Printing new work

January 5th, 2017

Chinook Sunset, spray paint and silk screen, edition variable. Making prints at Omega Printmakers for the @hotwallsstudios Pop-up 3/12/16 at the Round Tower, Old Portsmouth #printmaking #limitededition #handprinted #prints #printmakersofinstagram #hotwalls #artiststudios #printworkshop #screenprint #sunset #chinook #sadietierney A photo posted by Sadie Tierney (@sadie_tierney) on Nov 26, 2016 at 1:39pm PST

Portsmouth in Paint Edward Beale and Print Chris Wood & Sadie Tierney Private View: 14th July 6-8pm Exhibition Dates: 15th July-20th August 2016 Opening times: Wednesday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm or by appointment 023 9229 7053 Our mailing address is: Jack House Gallery 121 High Street Portsmouth, Hampshire  PO1 2HW Sadie Tierney is showing a new series of 14 prints […]

Portsmouth based artist Sadie Tierney’s solo exhibition Tide & Time is currently at Play Dead Gallery in Southsea until March 25 2016.   Exclusive interview with the artist by Strong Island UK here and more photographs by Strong Island here.   Tide & Time In this new show of paintings, drawings and hand made prints, Tierney takes […]

Under The Spotlight

February 12th, 2015

40 Spotlights, 40 Artists, 1 Studio. ‘Under The Spotlight’ is a curated collective exhibition showcasing the work of forty artists from Portsmouth, which opens this week at Coastguard Studios. Each artist has been given a spotlight to display a work of their choosing and using whichever medium they prefer, commissioned specifically for the exhibition or […]

Printing at Omega Print Workshop

February 11th, 2015

This week I’ve been making prints at Omega Printmakers, an open access print workshop in Portsmouth. The big attraction for me is the Rochat etching press, which is a dream to use. There’s a large Albion press too, and exposure unit/ screen beds.

Arromanches Lithograph

June 5th, 2014

D-Day, 70 years ago today. Here’s a lithograph I made after I visited Arromanches recently. Many of these large concrete structures were made in Portsmouth where I live, and towed to France to be used as Mulberry Harbours. “Arrow” was the code name for the port at Arromanches and “Golden” was a reference to the […]

Varnishing Day

June 4th, 2014

Historically Varnishing Day was a last chance for artists to view and varnish their work, before the exhibition opened to the public. Turner famously made substantial amendments to his paintings. I didn’t see anyone modifying their work today, but many participants had turned out to celebrate the occasion. A steel band stopped traffic on Piccadilly […]

Albert Irvin OBE celebrations

November 29th, 2013

Albert Irvin receives an OBE in the Queen’s Honours List! Great to be able to share in Bert and his wonderful family’s celebrations at Advanced Graphics, and view his impressive oeuvre in the medium of printmaking, going back a couple of decades. As a student I would eagerly anticipate his inspiring and encouraging tutorials on […]

Creating Balance Film

September 10th, 2013

After a productive day of filming and photography in our studios, and many weeks editing, here is the completed film by Jonas Jakunas and Massimo Mazullo, also featuring Neal Layton and Cotton Candy Photography. View all the ten films and the project’s progress here…

Creating Balance Project

June 11th, 2013

Neal Layton and I are very excited to be participating in the Creating Balance Project:  a new, collaborative project with Anglepoise®, Strong Island & The University of Portsmouth celebrating a design classic and local creativity in Portsmouth. 10 artists/designers have been twinned with 10 photographers and an Anglepoise® light. We’ve been teamed up with photographers Gemma and Philippa from […]

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