Prints and Ceramics in the City

gallerytop and Yorkshire Artspace have collaborated to produce an exhibition of limited edition prints and ceramics by some of the UK’s most acclaimed artists.

The exhibition ‘Print and Ceramics in the City ‘ opened on Friday 6th May and will be open to the public every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm at Persistence Works at 21 Brown Street in Sheffield.

It features work for sale by local Yorkshire Artspace artists Susan Disley, Emilie Taylor, Penny Withers, Neil Woodall and Manor Oaks artist in residenceFrances Priest alongside ceramics by Emmanuel Cooper, Eddie Curtis, Chris Keenan, Sara Moorhouse, Sacha Wardell, Gareth Mason, Barry Stedman as well as prints by Sir Terry Frost RA, Sir Peter Blake, Barabara Rae RA, Brendan Neiland, John Hoyland RA, Bruce McLean, Sandra Blow RA andDonald Hamilton Fraser RA. For regular updates and background on artists follow gallerytop on Twitter

gallertop exhibits contemporary art by emerging and established artists in painting, sculpture, ceramics, glass and jewellery. Located in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District, their aim is to combine contemporary art with everyday life and provide an enjoyable experience to the interested browser, the art enthusiast and the seasoned collector. This is their first collaboration with Yorkshire Artspace in Sheffield.

Work is available to buy through the Arts Council’s ‘Own Art’ scheme designed to make it easy and affordable to buy and collect contemporary art and craft. Loans from £100 to £2000 are re-payable in 10 monthly installments completely interest free

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