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

Carolyn Murphy’s 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 Carolyn’s range of special occasion cards, for birthdays and anniversaries. The ‘Serenity’ cards and A3 print are reproductions from the original A1 linocut commissioned by Macmillan. … More NEW cards go live

New ‘The Pennines’ printmaking exhibition

A new exhibition of Pennines-inspired work from Alan Birch’s Prospect Printmakers opened on Saturday 21 April in Rawtenstall’s Whitaker Art Gallery and Museum. This group exhibition includes Carolyn Murphy’s latest linocut ‘ Halo’. The Pennines exhibition runs from 21 April until 17 June 2018. It includes new work by 20 artists in a wide range … More New ‘The Pennines’ printmaking exhibition

Linocut commission on Macmillan Centre wall

Carolyn Murphy delivered ‘Serenity’, her A1 linocut commission, today, on time, to the Macmillan Centre at Wythenshawe Hospital. It didn’t take long for the building contractors to fix it to the wall in the new extension, which will open soon. The official opening will be in a few months’ time. The original linocut was created … More Linocut commission on Macmillan Centre wall

The huge Macmillan linocut is finished

Carolyn Murphy’s A1 linocut commission for Macmillan is finally finished and drying. It will be delivered to them, framed, on Wednesday 21 March. The video below shows Carolyn printing the final colour at Hot Bed Press in icy conditions: The snowy weather tried its hardest to interfere with the tight schedule, however it’s all on track. Probably Prints … More The huge Macmillan linocut is finished