The exhibition will feature two Print makers that approach the British landscape in different and individual ways. Sally Levell uses intaglio and relief printing. Her imagery employs texture, line and a limited palette to express her interest in geology and the natural world. Morna Rhys' unique and colourful etchings are often created using multiple copper plates. Her images are inspired by Welsh mountains, the Yorkshire dales, Cornish cliffs and the gentle Oxfordshire landscape.
The work will be displayed in an an 18th century stone basement in Iffley village. The exhibition areas will be well-ventilated, relaxed and worry free. Numbers will be limited to ensure appropriate social distancing is possible. Access is via the garden gate to the side of the cottage.
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