22-26 JANUARY 2020
22-26 JANUARY 2020
Emma Stibbon Territories of Print
EXHIBITION ENDS SATURDAY 21 DEC
Open Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10–5
LONG WEEKEND FOLIO SALE – 10% Discount on folio prints
Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10 – 5, Sunday 11 – 4
Please join us this weekend for our winter ARTMAS folio sale of prints by our favourite Rabley artists including:
Neil Bousfield, Ian Chamberlain, Eileen Cooper RA, Naomi Frears, Tom Hammick, Katherine Jones, Sara Lee, Peter Randall-Page RA, Rebecca Salter RA, Sandy Sykes, Nana Shiomi, Sadie Tierney.
Our current exhibition Emma Stibbon, Territories of Print 1994–2019 continues in the gallery until 21 Dec.
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Celebrating twenty-five years of Royal Academician Emma Stibbon’s magnificent prints her exhibition at Rabley Drawing Centre continues until 21 December.
“Stibbon …draws from the printmaker’s prosaic materials images which are marvellous and compelling, images which expand our imagination and leave us awe-struck” Gill Saunders, Senior Curator (Prints), V&A Museum
A beautiful fully illustrated book ‘Emma Stibbon, Territories of Print 1994-2019’ is also available to accompany the exhibition (£30) available from via our website Rabley Publications , in the gallery or at the Royal Academy of Arts shop.
Emma Stibbon is ‘artist as witness’ to our landscape and environment on the cusp of change: polar regions; volcanoes; deserts; coastal and urban. Through the alchemy of printmaking Stibbon envelops us in her experiences with monumental woodcuts and tactile intaglio prints, where volcanic ash is embedded into the printing plate. There is a seriousness that underpins this endeavour; a combination of craft and emotion that is questioning, raw and unflinching.
EXHIBITION OPENING TIMES
Thu – Sat 10-5
Sunday opening 8 December 11-4
And by appointment
Emma Stibbon Artist Talk
Saturday 30 November
Emma reveals her experience working in the field researching and making her monumental prints and drawings. Surrounded by 25 years of stunning prints in her current exhibition Territories Of Print 1994-2019 and with examples of original drawings and plates she will discuss her ambitious projects and concerns with our changing landscape with Meryl Ainslie, Director of Rabley Drawing Centre
EMMA STIBBON BOOK LAUNCH & PRINT OFFER
Emma Stibbon’s new book ‘Emma Stibbon, Territories of Print 1994-2019’ will launch on Saturday 9th November to coincide with the opening of her solo show at Rabley Gallery.
To celebrate the launch we are offering an exclusive, limited edition print by Emma Stibbon, dated and signed, together with a signed copy of the book for £400 There are only 50 prints in the edition and this print is only available with this book and print offer. This special publication offer is subject to availability. Only a few remaining prints.
Ian Chamberlain’s intricate etchings of the Lovel Telescope zoom into focus as Jodrell Bank Observatory is declared a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Sheet size 65 x 74cm, Plate Size 51 x 62cm
Set of 4 prints £2250
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Sheet size 65 x 74cm
Plate Size 51 x 62cm
Transmission I (sold out))
The Jodrell Bank ObservatoryIt has been at the forefront of astronomical research since its inception in 1945 and tracked US and Russian craft during the space race. The Lovell Telescope, which was the world’s largest telescope when it was completed in 1957. The site in Cheshire is part of the University of Manchester. It is dominated by the landmark Lovell Telescope.
Chamberlain is interested in the use of a traditional Print process such as etching being used to record subject matter that is generally at the cutting edge of technology for its time. The etchings become an extension of his drawing, allowing him to record the location through the interlinking processes of drawing and printmaking.
Public Collections include
Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Modern, Ashmolean, Oxford, UK, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol UK
Ian Chamberlain’s work reinterprets man-made structures as monuments placed within the landscape, acting as architectural metaphors of past and current technological achievements. He has had a long-standing fascination with technology and architectural forms especially the structures within industry, agriculture, science and the military. These have included Goonhilly Earth station, The Lovell Telescope, Cheshire Maunsell Sea Forts in the Thames estuary and the Acoustic Sound Mirrors on the south Kent coast.
Ian Chamberlain’ work including the ’Tramission Series is available through Rabley Gallery and is included in our ‘Salon Academie’
Forthcoming Solo Exhibition at Rabley Gallery 2020
Link to Ian Chamberlain Prints
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Rabley Prints Celebration Collection
The Royal Academy show may be over but Salon Academie is still open for you to select limited edition works to buy with an easy instalment plan.
Eileen COOPER RA / Rebecca SALTER RA / Emma STIBBON RA / Prudence AINSLIE / Neil BOUSFIELD / Ian CHAMBERLAIN / Fred GATLEY / Sara LEE / Katherine JONES / Nana SHIOMI / Sadie TIERNEY
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