Art & Design Showcase: Yorkshire Sculpture Park

15th June 2016

Courtesy of YSP © Angie Lewin

Courtesy of YSP © Angie Lewin

A new exhibition opening at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) this summer will showcase the best of contemporary UK art and design.

In partnership with St Jude’s, the unique group exhibition features the work of 13 artists including Mark Hearld, Peter Green OBE and Angie Lewin. Editions and Objects runs from 25 June until 30 October 2016. Displayed throughout YSP Centre, Editions and Objects features some of the most well respected artists, designers and makers working in the UK today – many of whom are showing at the Park for the first time, as well as a few familiar faces.

Selected by Amanda Peach, Retail Programme & Development Manager at YSP, and Simon Lewin, co-founder of St Jude’s, the exhibiting artists are Jonathan Ashworth, Christopher Brown, Chloë Cheese, Melvyn Evans, Jonathan Gibbs, Peter Green OBE, Katy Hackney, Mark Hearld, Angie Lewin, Karen Mabon, Charles Shearer, Terry Shone and Emily Sutton.

Working with the theme of editions and multiples, each artist will show a selection of limited edition prints and objects – ranging from screen prints and lithographs, through ceramics and woodcuts, to jewellery and scarves – and new works created specifically for the exhibition.

All the works in the exhibition are available to buy, together with a series of three limited edition prints, individually designed by Mark Hearld, Angie Lewin and Emily Sutton. Printed by Penfold Press, the series is available exclusively from YSP.

Related special events include a wood engraving workshop with Angie Lewin on 30 and 31 July 2016. A range of exclusive merchandise, designed by Editions and Objects artists – including a tea towel and mug, tote bag, tin of pencil crayons and a notebook – also accompanies the exhibition.

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