This image: Andy McKenzie
Home to three internationally acclaimed print houses and many skilled artists, Cambridge is something of a hotbed of printmaking talent, and this month, you can enjoy some of the cream of the crop at a special exhibition.
Running 22-28 September at the Pitt Building, the event is hosted by Cambridge Original Printmakers, a group of printmakers from the area who specialise in hand-pulled original prints.
Their goal is to promote the exciting art of printmaking to a wider audience, and in doing so, demonstrate its many technical variables and complexities.
This image: the founders and organisers, back from left: Jo Tunmer, Kate Heiss, Sue Jones; front: Tracey Ashman, Anthony Hopkinson
This is achieved through exhibitions, demonstrations and talks on the subject at regular events such as their Biennale show this month.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a diverse range of pieces from St Barnabas Press, Kip Gresham and The Print Studio and The Curwen Print Study Centre, amongst others.
A selection of talented MA printmaking students from Anglia Ruskin University will also be exhibiting their work. There will also be the opportunity to catch talks and demonstrations from the likes of Angie Lewin, Emma Mason Prints, Neil Bousfield, Julia McKenzie, Véronique Chance and Dale Devereux Barker.
The exhibition is open 10.30am-5.30pm daily, and entry is free.
This Image: Ruth Oinn