'Bring the Curwen Archive to life' - Which reward will you choose?

May 27, 2022

‘Bring the Curwen Archive to Life’.  On Tuesday 7th June Art Fund launches the crowdfunding campaign to raise the £26,350 for the Curwen Archive.
We need funds to display and curate the Curwen Archive, a unique collection of prints, documentation and correspondence by leading 20th Century artists, documenting UK Fine Art printmaking history since the 1960s.  This needs professional Archivist Curation to bring the story of Curwen Print to life, and a create a bespoke website programme to allow everyone free digital access to all the archive prints and documents.

To say thank you for all donations there are a selection of unique rewards, related to the sum donated, only available during the campaign:

£15 - Set of 8 Post cards with Curwen archive print images
£25 - Tote bag printed with Curwen Eagle ‘Make Your Mark’ logo
£45 - Nicholas Charles Williams Limited Edition of 70 Signed Lithograph printed at Curwen for CPSC fundraising as collaborative work with Stanley Jones MBE embossed with Curwen Stamp RRP/ £325.
£100 - A unique special limited edition of 60 copper plate etching on quarter size Imperial Somerset paper printed at Dekkle Studio. 'Let’s go to Thurlow!' Etching created & printed by David Borrington MA RCA RRP £250
£200 - Yoshishige Furukawa Poetry Series Lithograph & Screenprint printed in Curwen Studio with Stanley Jones MBE.  RRP £350 Limited Availability.
£450 - John Bellany RA Limited Edition Signed Lithographs printed in Curwen Studio Limited Availability (46) Assorted Images B&W 73 x53cm RRP £650
£995 (per person) Master Printmaker & Artist - Stanley Jones MBE & Susan Aldworth – Both Perspectives
A day in our studio understanding this unique collaboration. Each person to receive a Stone Lithography print from CODE edition by Susan Aldworth printed in collaboration with Stanley Jones Master Printer on his last days in Studio before his retirement in 2012. Print to be signed by both Artist & Printer.
£2000 (per 2 guests) -A unique opportunity to meet in person Sculptor John Mills ARA PPRBS FRSA whose work includes 'The Monument to Women of World War II' unveiled by HM Queen Elizabeth II and 'National Firefighters Memorial'outside St Paul's Cathedral. John is also a printmaker, was a Curwen Trustee for many years and is now a Curwen Honorary Fellow.  A private tour of John's sculpture studio & garden with John & Jo Mills including afternoon tea for up to 6 people.

What will you choose? Any questions or for more information please contact us enquiries@curwenprintstudy.co.uk