Catch an exhibition of contemporary prints at The Kinburn Gallery, St Andrews. Opening times are 10.30am to 4pm daily until 23 November.
The exhibition is a collection of original and limited edition screenprints, woodcuts, collographs and etchings produced in the studios of Fife Dunfermline Printmakers Workshop. Featured artists include: Babs Pease, Catherine King, Mandy Tait, Stephen Ratomski, Peter Kirley, Gordon Slater, Kate Hunter, Sheila Carnduff, Aine Scannell, Claire Yarrington, John Williams, Bill McKecnhie, Clive Ramage, Thora Clyne, Susan Smith, Jean Gillespie, Angela Heidemann, Sara Greenwood, Olga Krasanova, Mary Lambie, Jai Llewellyn and Jenny Grundy .
Fife Dunfermline Printmakers Workshop is an artists’ cooperative. Its studio space and printing presses are in the centre of Dunfermline in the basement of a public building built in the early 20th century as a recreational institute by The Dunfermline Carnegie Trust. It is now run as a community centre by Fife Council. The workshop has been an open print studio for over 30 years and is self-funding.
In 2013 the workshop was invited to be part of the centenary celebrations for the Carnegie UK Trust and did screenprinting demonstrations at The Scottish Parliament to coincide with the Andy Warhol exhibition. The workshop also took part in the bi-annual Impact 8 international print conference in Dundee in 2012. Prints have also been exhibited at the Hong Kong Graphics Art Festival and the Scottish Society of Artists print exchange with Wroclaw, Poland.