Sir Peter Blake, Anne Desmet RA and Tom Hammick are among artists exhibiting in BITE: Artists Making Prints, Mall Galleries’ print show

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Mall Galleries are opening their printmaking exhibition again this September,
featuring work by Sir Peter Blake RA, Anne Desmet RA, Tom Hammick, Stephen
Chambers RA, and Barbara Rae RA, alongside outstanding prints submitted to the
gallery through an open competition.

Original prints have always been a fantastic way to decorate your walls or start your
art collection. BITE promises a broad range of printmaking techniques, ranging from
etchings and screenprints to woodcuts and digital prints – something for all tastes and
price brackets.
Artwork prices start from £120, making BITE the perfect place to find a bargain. If
you’ve got a bit more cash to spare, £2,500 will land you Sir Peter Blake’s American
trilogy, a print featuring Elvis, Coke Cola and the star spangled banner, covered in
diamond dust. Or, for just £180, snap up a print by Sir Peter’s daughter, Rose who
recently graduated from the Royal College of Art.

The exhibition has been selected by renowned print-world experts: Francis Tinsley
(Chairman of Selectors) Artist, Anne Desmet RA RE Artist and Editor, Printmaking
Today Tom Hammick Artist, Jane Hindley Frank/Hindley Art Consultants, Lance
Trevellyan Chairman, CCA Galleries & Coriander Studios

A selection of the work will also be available to buy online, for those who can’t make
it to the gallery, through www.artfinder.com

Listings Information:
Bite: Artists Making Prints
Open to the public: 3 to 15 September 2012, 10am-5pm daily
Closed all day 9 and the morning of 10 September for Paralympic Marathons (closes
1pm final day)

Admission £2.50, £1.50 concessions (Free to FBA Friends, National Art Pass holders,
Westminster Res-card holders and under 16s)

Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross
Tel: 020 7930 6844
www.mallgalleries.org.uk

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