Curwen Archive Winter Show & Snowdrops at Thurlow Hall

Jan 26, 2024

The latest exhibition at the Print Study Centre showcases some highlight pieces from the archive. Evoking the cool tones of midwinter, this exhibition explores different types of mark making from delicate abstract etchings to eerie figurative landscapes from a range of artists who made original prints at the Curwen Studio. Many of these artworks have not been exhibited before and form an eclectic exhibition which reflects the openness of the studio to many artistic sensibilities.

Artists include Henry Moore, Prunella Clough, Kim Lim, Serena Smith, Edward Bawden, Julian Trevelyan, Kyffin Williams and Stanley Jones.

The exhibition is free to all and visitors can browse the archive display drawers to further explore this varied archive of original prints dating from 1958 to present day.

The exhibition and studios, including print demonstrations, will be open on Sunday 18 th  February from 1 - 4pm for the National Open Gardens Scheme where visitors can roam the gardens and see the snowdrops at Great Thurlow Hall next door. There is a fee for entry to gardens

The exhibition & gallery are open Monday to Friday 10 - 4 free of charge.