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Ashburton Art Gallery

327 West St

Ashburton | 7700

P | 03 308 1133

E | info@ashburtonartgallery.org.nz

Gallery Hours

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

Closed Good Friday, Anzac Morning and Christmas day

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the small print 2019

ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

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DATES & TIMES

19 January - 23 February 2020

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Print Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ) is a member run, national non-profit organisation that promotes fine art printmaking in New Zealand.

The Small Print is a regular, travelling exhibition from the PCANZ that seeks to raise the profile of printmaking in New Zealand. On display will be a number of A4 prints which demonstrate printing methods such as woodcut, monoprint, aquatint, etching, drypoint and collagraph made by artists from around New Zealand, as well as Europe and Pacific. All works are available to purchase for $145.

Running in conjunction with this exhibition, we will be hosting an adult workshop in printmaking.  Click here for more information.

 

Image credits:

Main image | Basia Smolnicki, Flying Tui (detail), print 2019

Left | Pam Hastings, Perception 2, print 2019

 

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DATES & TIMES

19 January - 23 February 2020

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

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