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The Watts Contemporary Gallery is located above the shop at the Artists Village in Compton. On display were works by some if the foremost British linocut artists of the 20th Century. The exhibition was co-curated by Cath Kidston.
I loved these chickens by Celia Lewis from Godalming. She says she never gets over the excitement of lifting the first print off the press.
This print is by Robert Tavener.
Another by Celia Lewis.
Below, by Claire Curtis from Felixstowe who likes the fact that linocuts force you to simplify the visual language used, designs need a restricted palette and to be bold.