Maria Hatling, Ribbons of trust, Etching and chine collee


End of year exhibition celebrating the end of our HAUSPRINT Etching Year 2024.

Artists: Lucy Annan, Maria Hatling, Anne-Marie Kennedy, Jody Tableporter, Mike Taylor, Matt Worrall

Dates: Friday 10 May - Sunday 19 May 2024, open Saturday and Sunday 12.00 - 5.00pm. Other times by arrangement.


Private view: Thursday 9 May 2024, 6.00 - 9.00 pm

Closing party: Sunday 19 May 2024, 3.00 - 5.00 pm

Etching courses

Etching: Hard Ground | 3 Tuesday evenings | October 2024

Whether you are looking for a greater understanding of the hard ground technique or are a complete beginner to etching, you will come out of this three evening course with new skills and unique prints.

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Etching: Soft Ground | 3 Tuesday evenings | Oct & Nov 2024

For those wanting to explore etching but feel the pressure of drawing, our three evening course investigates texture, pattern and mark-making through soft ground.

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Etching: Aquatint | 3 Tuesday evenings | Nov & Dec 2024

Across three evenings, explore the magical properties of aquatint to create prints with a range of tones from light to dark. Whatever your inspiration, from ocean to architecture, nature to grafitti, learn how aquatint can be used for exciting results.

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More Exhibitions

All exhibitions

Siss / Phuss

An exhibition of etchings and drawings by Ziqi Xu explores the fundamental question “Who am I?”

Artist: Ziqi Xu

Dates: Saturday 27 April - Saturday 4 May 2024


Private view: Saturday 27 April 2024, 4.00 - 6.00 pm

Closing party: Saturday 4 May 2024, 4.00 - 6.00 pm

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Things being various

James Anderson’s exhibition is named after a line from the poem Snow by Louis MacNeice: “World is crazier and more of it than we think, …incorrigibly plural …The drunkenness of things being various.”

Artist: James Anderson

Dates: 9 - 29 September 2023


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An exhibition of prints by Rob White made between 2020 – 2022, featuring spit bite, chine colle and carborundum. Rob explores these processes for their emotional, painterly qualities.

Artist: Rob White

Dates: 16 September - 29 September 2022


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