17 December 2015
Point101 is delighted to have collaborated with Bow Arts to produce the prints for their 20 prints for 20 years exhibition.
Marking the end of their 20th year we printed a limited edition series of images from Bow Studio Artists, celebrating artwork made within Bow Arts’ walls across its 20 year history.
Printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308gsm, which is suited to both illustrations, drawings and photography - the reproductions kept the clarity and uniqueness of the originals.
We would recommend that you go and see the exhibition before it closes on 29th February 2016. Visit the Bow Arts website for more information and to order one of the limited edition prints.
From the press release:
The exciting variety of images reveals the strength and diversity of the artists Bow Arts supports: from established and long-standing studio holders such as G. Roland Biermann, whose work is included in the German Embassy’s collection and most recently appeared in Journeys at the Jewish Museum London, to recently joined designer Kit Miles, who is Living Etc’s named December ‘one to watch’ and whose designs are now stocked in Liberty London. Tarragon Smith’s The Regents Canal captures the iconic waterway that runs from Bow Arts’s founding site, 183 Bow Road and two of the prints are collaborative works between young artists and Bow Arts Education artists, as part of the Poplar Partnerships consortium programme.
All under £100, each signed print is a chance to own an affordable and limited edition artwork from Bow Arts as well as support the charity’s next 20 years, with all proceeds going back into Bow Arts’ cultural and educational projects across east and south east London.
Launching with a celebration event on Wednesday 9th December, all 20 prints will be exhibited at Carmelite Café, Nunnery Gallery into the New Year. Perfect for Christmas, prints are available to buy from the gallery, online and over the phone and can be delivered direct to the buyer’s address. From 1 to 9 December running up to the launch, ‘prints of the
day’ will be released on Twitter with an early bird 10% discount offered for one day only. To follow the campaign, please use #BowArts20.
Marcel Baettig, Chief Executive and founder of Bow Arts says:
“Most people think you have to be rich to afford an original work of art – so 20 prints for 20
years is a wonderful way to buy an original work of art, at a very affordable level.
When I first saw the selection of artists and their work, I was blown away by the sheer diversity and quality of the pieces – I have already got my name down for several prints. The series is a truly fitting representation of the talent we foster here at Bow Arts”.
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