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This well-established hidden gem is exhibiting original prints inspired by World War 1 artists Frank Brangwyn and Käthe Kollwitz with work by our artist members alongside three featured Welsh printmakers:

  • John Abell (Cardiff), woodcuts from “Diary of a Dead Officer” published by Old Stile Press
  • Andrew Baldwin (Trefeglwys, Powys), etchings and mezzotints inspired by the World War 1 battlefield
  • Rose Davies / Rosie Scribblah (Swansea), monotypes and etchings from “The Warrior”, a series from her 10 year working relationship with Captain David Williams, a serving soldier and life model, who also features in Nawr yr Arwr.

Frank Brangwyn and Käthe Kollwitz were accomplished multidisciplinary artists, both lived and worked through World War 1, and both excelled in the medium of printmaking. Drawing inspiration from the wealth of print media in which they worked, including etching, woodcut and lithography, Swansea Print Workshop’s exhibition will respond to the rich visual wealth of the sumptuous Brangwyn panels and the recent Glynn Vivian Art
Gallery exhibition of Käthe Kollwitz prints.

Opening on Friday September 21st from 5.30pm-8.30pm

Exhibition open 10.30am-4.30pm September 22nd to 30th EXCEPT Monday 24th

Free Event