‘Northern Collective’ Exhibition in Keswick

The ‘Northern Collective’ Exhibition at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake runs until Sunday 11 November 2018. The group exhibition is varied and contemporary – with artwork by 16 artists from Cumbria, the North West and further afield. You can see paintings, printmaking, textile art and assemblage in the Circle Gallery. Carolyn Murphy has four linocuts … More ‘Northern Collective’ Exhibition in Keswick

Carolyn Murphy Linocuts at Manchester Art Fair

Printmaker Carolyn Murphy will have 5 linocuts on the Hot Bed Press stand at the Manchester Art Fair this weekend, 12 – 14 October 2018. Hot Bed Press is exhibiting and selling a selection of members’ work, framed and unframed, on Stand 270 at the Manchester Art Fair, taking place at Manchester Central (Formerly GMEX) Windmill Street, … More Carolyn Murphy Linocuts at Manchester Art Fair

New ‘Spectrum’ Exhibition in Didsbury

The new ‘Spectrum’ art exhibition opens on Sunday 7 October at Didsbury’s Old Parsonage on Stenner Lane, close to the Didsbury pub and Fletcher Moss Gardens. Over 3 years on from the original exhibition, the artists return to this much-loved venue, bringing a range of new printmaking and watercolour work by Cate Gibson, Anne Mackinnon and Carolyn … More New ‘Spectrum’ Exhibition in Didsbury

NEW cards go live

From today, June 4th, Carolyn Murphy’s new cards are launched on the Love From The Artist website. The ‘Serenity’ cards and digital print, which raise money for Macmillan, go live today, as well as a new range of special occasion cards, for birthdays and anniversaries. The ‘Serenity’ cards and A3 print are reproductions from the … More NEW cards go live

On BBC Radio Lancashire

Today Prospect Printmakers joined Sally & Brett on BBC Radio Lancashire to talk about printmaking. Carolyn Murphy joined Alan Birch of Prospect Studios in Waterfoot and fellow printmaker Peter Cave in the studio talking about the Pennine themed exhibition which runs until 17 June at The Whitaker Art Gallery & Museum in Rawtenstall. The exhibition … More On BBC Radio Lancashire