See a selection of my prints at
@sydcontemporary this week! 7 – 10 September 2017 Royal Society of Painter Printmakers Stand, Carriageworks, Sydney.
The story behind Paul Thirkell’s latest prints revealed in Printmaking today (Summer issue 2016) Artists Eye, “Eternal Return”
Winner of the R.K. Burt prize at the 2014 National Original Print Competition
introduces his latest series of works
PRIVATE VIEWFRIDAY 21 AUGUST 1:00-5:00 PM
RK BURT GALLERY
57-61 Union Street
EXHIBITION RUNS 17 – 28 AUGUST
MONDAY – FRIDAY 10.00 AM – 5.00 PM
Paul Thirkell was awarded the RK Burt ‘Solo Exhibition’ prize at the ‘National Original Print Competition’, 16 – 28 September 2014.
Paul is looking forward to holding his Solo Exhibition at the RKB Gallery 57-61 Union St, Southwark, London SE1 1SG in May 2015.
Paul Thirkell’s print Primal Scene was awarded a Towry regional award for the South West of England at the National Open Art 2014 competition.
I have 5 recent drawings on the Derwent Art Prize website including my triptych Schema Elaborato (1,2 & 3).
Please have a look.
If you would like to VOTE for my works they can be found on page 12 of the gallery section.
“Akiko’s photographs seemed to sear through
layers of time rather than just capturing fleeting
photographic moments. Their composition,
though meticulously considered within a formal
picture plane, hinted at a whole world of otherness
swirling chaotically beyond their borders.
For Akiko it was essential to bring her images
to life by locating and harnessing mediums
that could take her images directly to the place
where they naturally belonged.”
Paul Thirkell RE. Work on show RE Original Prints and featured in the exhibition catalogue p 23.
Open daily 11am – 6pm during exhibitions | Admission Free | 48 Hopton Street, London, SE1 9JH | 020 7928 7521 | firstname.lastname@example.org This exhibition will showcase new works by some of the country’s leading printmakers.Embracing both established and experimental techniques the original prints in this show endeavour to inspire artists and delight visitors.As part of the exhibition programme, printmaking demonstrations will take place at Bankside Gallery every Saturday and Sunday.