Peter Williams- Terrestrial Locomotion- The Final Guest artist
at The Print Shop The Print Shop is very happy to
Welcome Pete Williams as our final guest printmaker for the
Last Volume of The Print Shop.
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Pete Williams – Terrestrial Locomotion
Saturday 13 July – Saturday 24 August 2013
Dydd Sadwrn 13 Gorffennaf – Dydd Sadwrn 24 Awst 2013
Admission to Oriel Mwldan is free. Opening times are 10am – 8pm daily. Mae Mynediad i Oriel Mwldan am ddim. Ar agor o 10yb – 8yh bob dydd.
Although the processes are predominately print and I am keen to show the diversity of the area, the essence of the work is in the nature of its content. The contrast in scale, I hope suggests the significance or insignificance of the figure in landscape. Print as a vehicle for production has unending possibilities, here I hope, it is used to advantage in the narrative with process suggesting pace. Spatial concerns are still of interest to me and I suspect this will continue.
Read a review of the Oriel Mwldan exhibition
3.20m – 48.08t – 5910s
Friday 25 May — Sunday 1 July 2012
This exhibition marks the culmination of work which Williams began during a three – month residency at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Initially consisting of drawings, photographs, notes and ideas it has transformed into prints and large-scale works produced specifically for Chapter.
Utilising traditional methods of printmaking — woodcuts/engraving, lithography and stone — Williams uses print as a vehicle with endless possibilities. Each journey is mapped and logged in the form of a series of drawings and photographs that ultimately become realised as large woodcut block and prints, displayed here side by side on the Caffi Bar walls. The pace, time and distance is logged, which in turn informs the title of each work.
A passion for running is a key inspiration in the work including the inspirational views experienced during Williams’ ‘journeys’ and the pace of running — methodical and rhythmic — which is replicated in the working and cutting of the block.
Pete Williams studied at Cheltenham School of Art & Design and received an MA in Fine Art, Printmaking at Brighton University. He is currently UWIC Associate Lecturer in BA/MA printmaking and the Founder/Director of Print Market Project — a new Sculpture & Printmaking Workshop.
Solo exhibitions include Open Studio, Aberystwyth Arts Centre; RK Burt Gallery, London (both 2012) and ‘New York Commercial’, Blackburn 20/20 Gallery, New York (2011). Group exhibitions include ‘New Prints’, Autumn International Print Centre, Chelsea, New York and Visual Arts Center at The University of Texas, Austin (2011).
Forthcoming group exhibitions include ‘Between Spaces’, Aberystwyth Arts Centre Gallery (2013) and ‘New Works’, RK Burt Gallery, London (2012). Recent commissions include Hapus Ice-Cream Factory, Machen Mountain Sculpture Trail, Wales (2010); KALEID editions Gallery, London; Sydney Nolan Trust, Wales (both 2009).
Williams was awarded an international collaborative residency with Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in New York, including a solo exhibition (2011); Artist in Residence at Aberystwyth Arts Centre (2010) and International Artist in Residence at Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Ireland (2008).
Fantastic day yesterday at Chapters Art Bootique and a big thankyou
to all involved.
We set up the studio and the stand then we all talked, all day and had
over 100 people came over to the studio to checked out the workshop.
(Image: Bruce Waldman, The Red Elephant)
Artist Pete Williams, the Creative Director of the Print Market Project is exhibiting in two New York galleries during October and November.
2011 RBPMW Annual Member Show
October 13, 2011 – November 6, 2011
Opening reception: Friday, October 14, 2011, 6pm – 9pm
Closing reception: Friday, November 4, 2011, 6pm – 8pm
More info at the The Elizabeth Foundation website
International Print Center New York
New Prints 2011 / Autumn
On View: November 3, 2011 – January 7, 2012
Opening Reception: November 3, 6-9pm
View press release
More info at the IPCNY website