Cumbria Printmakers are exhibiting in the Great Barn at Dalemain Historical House near Penrith during C-Art. Seventeen members of the group will be showing new work, ranging from screen prints to lino and wood cuts, monoprints and etchings and even some less well-known techniques. The range of work will be exciting and original, artists will be available to discuss work every day and there are printmaking demonstrations. Workshops on monoprint and screen printing will take place each Sunday afternoon, these need to be pre-booked as spaces are limited.

The exhibition runs from Saturday 12th to Sunday 27th September and is open from 10.30 to 5.00 every day. The beautiful gardens and house are also open during the week and the gardens are open at a reduced rate on a Friday and Saturday. Beatrice Hasell-McCosh is also exhibiting at the house, making this one of the largest groups of artists on the C-Art trail. After browsing and buying artwork and plants the cosy and welcoming coffee shop is literally the icing on the (very delicious homemade) cake!

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