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Society of Wood Engravers: Centenery Exhibition @ Oxford
  • Date(s) to be confirmed
  • The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7JN [view map]
Postponed until November

The SWE annual exhibition is touring the UK, stopping at the The North Wall, a vibrant centre for art, drama, theatre and dance.

This year's show feature's Rebecca's Angles of Incidence: Lancaster Gate, which is one of the winners of this year's Rachel Rickett Open Prize, awarded by the Golsoncott Foundation.

This exhibition marks 100 years of the society. It was founded in 1920 by artists including Eric Gill, Gwen Raverat, Robert Gibbings, Philip Hagreen and Lucien Pissarro.

More information at www.woodengravers.co.uk, www.thenorthwall.com
Society of Wood Engravers: Centenery Exhibition @ Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Date(s) to be confirmed
  • Northern Print, Stepney Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2NP [view map]
Dates 29 Apr - 27 Jun subject to change or cancellation

The SWE annual exhibition is touring the UK, stopping at Northern Print - a studio, gallery and education space dedicated to excellence in printmaking, located in Newcastle's cultural quarter of Ouseburn Valley close to the city centre

This year's show feature's Rebecca's Angles of Incidence: Lancaster Gate, which is one of the winners of this year's Rachel Rickett Open Prize, awarded by the Golsoncott Foundation.

This exhibition marks 100 years of the society. It was founded in 1920 by artists including Eric Gill, Gwen Raverat, Robert Gibbings, Philip Hagreen and Lucien Pissarro.

More information at www.woodengravers.co.uk, www.northernprint.org.uk
Past events
  • 10-16 Jun 2019
  • Winns Gallery, Aveling Centre, Lloyd Park, London, E17 5JW [view map]
Rebecca is taking part in an exhibition of work by 15 artists who are highlighting the decision by the local council to remove 81 mature lime trees from the Lime Tree walk in Walthamstow, east London. The artists are reflecting the urgent need to publicise this decision, as well as reflecting on how it can be seen as a symbol of man's central role in the Anthropocene.

As a former resident of Walthamstow, Rebecca has lent her support to this campaign with two new wood engravings: Nature No Entry and Save Our Trees.