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The Painter and the Printmaker at Stamford Arts Centre

A new exhibition is currently showing at the Stamford Arts Centre Gallery entitled ‘The Painter and the Printmaker’.

Jerome Hunt and John McGowan are showing the products of the last few years of their art production.

Jerome is showing over 70 of his oil paintings, which are mostly small in scale and feature still lives of fruit and vegetables, skyscapes, Norfolk seaside scenes and some quirky ones, like a small painting of a Tunnock Teacake.

John is a screenprinter with a strong interest in our Victorian heritage. He has created suites of prints that feature the buildings in and around his Northborough home, views of the Northampton Arm Canal and a set of London Dockland scenes from the 1970s. Railway enthusiasts might be interested in his five Signal Box prints.

The exhibition is on until July 12 and the artists will be in residence on Saturdays and Sundays to discuss and explain their work to you.


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