Fools Like Me/North Star
Rhiannon Lowe’s drawings are of pattern and portrait, hope and distraction, choice and failure. Her recent work explores use of scale, print and repetition to help distract her from and attempt to make sense of, what she fears about herself.
Lincoln printmaker Alison Read returns to The Ropewalk with a new body of work created especially for the exhibition.
She has used the opportunity to test herself by creating a printing plate a day for one hundred days! She says “I wanted to reflect what can be produced in a strict time limit, with all its flaws and experiments.”
The show, which features a mixture of linocuts, woodcuts, etchings and screenprints, will display her full range of skills and be a tribute to her ambition and work ethic.