Alexandra Buckle Solo Printmaking Exhibition at Claydon Estate, featuring the #50prints2017
Over one hundred pieces on show including the entire collection of #50prints2017 , in Alexandra’s first major solo exhibition. In 2017, linocut artist Alexandra Buckle challenged herself to create fifty different prints throughout the year, she completed her challenge on New Years Eve!
Alexandra Buckle’s colourful scenic linocuts have become increasingly popular with collectors in the UK and internationally. She has been a bestselling artist on the Artfinder online marketplace for over three years and is also a founder member of the recently formed Buckinghamshire Craft Guild.
Her prints have twice been hung in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Society of Women Artists exhibition in London. Alexandra has been a professional printmaker for six years. She lives in Bicester where she offers private lino printing tuition at her home studio
The exhibition is open from 11am - 5pm, Saturday 10th March - Sunday 25th March 2018 (please note, the exhibition is closed Thursdays and Fridays).
FREE ENTRY. Easy parking in the Claydon House National Trust car park, next to the Estate Courtyard. Relax in the Phoenix Tearoom after your visit and browse the other art studios, businesses and galleries on site.
Once the exhibition is over, there will be a small selection of Alexandra's work is available throughout the year at Claydon Gallery in the courtyard. Alexandra will also be taking part in Bucks Art Weeks (formerly Bucks Open Studios) at the gallery this year, as well as offering group lino cutting workshops there.