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Society of Wood Engravers: 83rd Annual Exhibition @ Owestry
  • 12 Apr 2021 - 3 May 2022
  • Qube, Oswald Road, Oswestry, SY11 1RB [view map]
The SWE annual exhibition for 2021 is now on. The first physical gallery opening will be at the Qube, Owestry (Covid restrictions permitting). Check for visiting arrangements at https://qube-oca.org.uk

Rebecca's piece View Subterranea: Baker Street has been selected for the show, which each year travels to a range of galleries and arts centres around the UK. Founded over 100 years ago, the Society of Wood Engravers is dedicated to promoting and celebrating this demanding and painstaking and highly technical medium.

The exhibition can also be seen at UK venues throughout the year and online at: www.woodengravers.co.uk/swe-galleries/83rd-annual-exhibition
Society of Wood Engravers: 83rd Annual Exhibition @ online
  • 6 Feb - 31 Dec 2021
  • Online
The SWE annual exhibition tours the UK throughout each year. Due to Covid restrictions, the launch of this year's exhibition is happening online on 6 February 2021, at www.woodengravers.co.uk.

Rebecca's piece View Subterranea: Baker Street has been selected for the show, which hopefully will travel to galleries later in the year. For now, all exhibited prints are available to view and purchase via the Society's website.

Founded over 100 years ago, the Society of Wood Engravers is dedicated to promoting and celebrating this demanding and painstaking and highly technical medium.

Physicals venues (subject to change):
Qube, Oswestry, 12 April–3 May 2021
Museum in the Park, Stroud, 5 June–4 July 2021
Sea Pictures Gallery, Clare, Suffolk, 15 July–14 August 2021
Frames Gallery, Perth, 21 August–25 September 2021
The North Wall, Oxford, 29 September–16 October 2021
Royal West of England Academy - 168th Annual Open Exhibition
  • 3 Dec 2020 - 31 May 2021
  • Online only until gallery is permitted to open
  • Royal West of England Academy, Queen’s Road, Bristol BS8 1PX [view map]
OPEN ONLINE NOW: www.rwa.org.uk/shop168

Gallery opening now scheduled for 19 April 2021

Rebecca's work is frequently chosen for this flagship exhibition at Bristol's oldest gallery and the UK's only regional Royal Academy of Art. This year, the distinguished panel of directors, curators, art critics and academicians have chosen two of Rebecca's wood engravings: View Subterranea: Baker Street and Paddington Station: Platform 8.

Please check the gallery website at https://rwa.org.uk for opening times and booking arrangements. The gallery will be open strictly in accordance with current restrictions.

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Wood Engravers Network: Fourth Triennial
  • 2 Apr 2020 - ongoing
  • Online
Rebecca's work View Subterranea 8: Bethnal Green is one of 64 contemporary relief engravings selected from around the world for the Fourth Triennial of The Wood Engravers Network, based in the USA.

Launching initially online in April 2020, the exhibition will tour galleries until the end of 2022. Venues will be announced when available.

The exhibition can be viewed in full now at: https://woodengravers.org/wen-gallery

Coming up
Society of Graphic Fine Art: Annual Open Exhibition
  • 5-10 Jul 2021
  • Mall Galleries, London, SW1 [view map]
The annual exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art this year moves to its new home at the Mall Galleries in the heart of London - postponed from 2020.

Dedicated to fine drawing skills, the society brings together professional artists from all areas of the art world who work in all drawing and printmaking media. Rebecca is a member of the SGFA, having been first elected in 2014, and has exhibited work in each annual exhibition since then.

More information at: www.sgfa.org.uk
Past events
  • 1-29 Aug 2020
  • Mon, Thu, Fri & Sat 10-5
  • Sea Pictures Gallery, Well House, Well Lane, Clare, Suffolk, CO10 8NH [view map]
The SWE annual exhibition is touring the UK.

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.seapicturesgallery.com