An exhibition which showcases ‘wonderful, stunning and affordable’ hand pulled prints by members of the Beds, Bucks and Herts Print Society is taking place at Bucks County Museum.
On display at the exhibition are a rich variety of prints made using printmaking techniques including woodblock, linocut, screenprint, collograph, solarprint and drypoint.
Each method has its own distinct surface which is said to ‘complement the artist’s style’.
During the two weeks of the exhibition, artists from the Print Society will be running a number of events where people can find out more about printmaking.
All the work on show is for sale.
The exhibition runs from today until December 1 and admission is free.
For more information call Bucks County Museum direct on 01296 331441 or visit the official website at www.buckscc.gov.uk/museum