Print Odyssey screen printing exhibition proving popular at Stew Studios in Norwich
Work produced by screen print artists from Norwich and as far afield as Canada is currently on display at Stew Studios.
The annual Print Odyssey exhibition is being held at the studios, in Fishergate, displaying a range of screen printed work from 42 artists, collectives and independent businesses.
Mobile screen printing duo Print To The People, Vicki Johnson and Jo Stafford, have organised the exhibition.
Now in it's second year, the exhibition has doubled in size and attracted more submissions from all over the country and several from the United States, Canada and Ireland.
It features work from both emerging and established artists working with 2D and 3D screen prints, installations, textiles and ceramics.
Miss Johnson said: 'We've had a really good number of visitors so far, about 200 on opening night and 50 every day over the weekend, so we have been really pleased so far.'
The exhibition is open Wednesday to Sunday between midday and 6pm, including the bank holidays next Monday and Tuesday, through to Saturday, June 9.
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For more details about the exhibition, go to http://printodyssey-2012.blogspot.co.uk