A Printmaker’s View With Angela Harding
Thursday 15 February 2024St Bride Foundation and Online via Zoom
In-person times (GMT):
Talk starts: 7pm
Talk ends: 8.30pm
In-person tickets: £8.50, £11, £13
Online time (GMT): 7.00–8.30pm
Online tickets: £5, £7
Please note: you will be emailed the Zoom link for the talk at 6pm GMT on the day of the talk.
Please note: In person on the day tickets ARE available and charged at a rate of £16.00.
Buy tickets HERE
British wildlife has always inspired artist Angela Harding. She usually makes her work in a studio at the bottom of her garden which overlooks sheep fields surrounded by gentle sloping hills, spends summers with her husband on a small wooden sailboat exploring the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts and widely travels different corners of the UK from the Fair Isle to Cornwall.
Angela always carries a sketchbook on these trips – drawing on the landscape and wildlife that surrounds her. Back in the studio she uses a combination of drawing and imagination to create the iconic linocuts and illustrations that we all know and love.
Join us at the St Bride Foundation for an evening inspired by art, nature and an appreciation of the world around us to discover insights into the work and process of this remarkable artist.
Angela Harding is an author, printmaker and illustrator who lives in the village of Wing, Rutland. She is the author and illustrator of A Year Unfolding: A Printmaker’s View and Wild Light: A Printmaker’s Day and Night. Angela has also created the covers for many bestselling books, including The Salt Path and The Wild Silence by Raynor Winn, October, October by Katya Balen (winner of the Yoto Carnegie Medal 2022) among many others. Most recently she has collaborated with award-winning author and journalist Isabella Tree on Wilding: How to bring wildlife back – an illustrated guide.
Copies of Wilding: How to bring wildlife back – an illustrated guide will be available to purchase for anyone attending the lecture in-person. Find out more HERE.
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