I really enjoyed the selection which included a wide range of techniques including Sarah Gillett's Earthquake, mono prints on torn off papers collaged on the walls. I liked the sense of the powerful nature of an earthquake separating objects and places and the wall paper giving a sense of walls destroyed by the elements. Sarah's website here
Jian Zhou's impressively large wood cut, There is a Personal Space. This is a No Smoking Area had a sense of mystery to me. The trees and rain and circular marks evoked a type of elemental place. It was something you could look at for a long time. Jian Zhou's site here
The Pie Factory Gallery exhibition is open from Saturday 5th – Sunday 20th October. Pie Factory website here
On Saturday a road roller was in the Old Town for a giant printmaking event where a lot of families were enjoying making large prints, pressed by the road roller.
There are a series of talks and workshops running with places left, which are on the pushing print website.