North London Printmakers exhibition
Street Gallery, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road NW1 2BU
5th November 2021 to 12th January 2022

Colour evokes an emotional response and has the ability to transform our mood. We can be lost for a moment in a new world and freed from everyday stresses, taken on new journeys or back in time to a happier place which is a little lighter and brighter. 

North London Printmakers is a group of established artists creating highly original, handmade prints in a variety of styles and techniques. 

In this exhibition, we are celebrating colour in all its forms from bold abstracts to whimsical illustrations to textured etchings, united by the joy of colour. 

Exhibiting artists are:

David English, Gavin Dobson, Liz Whiteman Smith, Martin Langford, Maxine Gregson, Natasha Searston, Peg Morris, Rebecca Denton, Richard Peacock, Ricky Byrne, Rosha Nutt, Seraphina Neville and Steve Mitchell.

Information alert

All artworks are for sale, to purchase a print (all are offered framed or unframed) please contact Hover over the artwork image to see the title and artist. UCLH Arts and Heritage receives a portion of all artwork sales, which is directly invested back into the arts and heritage programme. 

UCLH arts and heritage serves UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and its surrounding community and is funded entirely by charitable donations. The UCLH arts and heritage programme is committed to providing a welcoming, uplifting environment for all patients, visitors and staff. Its work aims to improve the patient experience, boost staff morale, increase engagement with the arts and celebrate the Trust’s unique heritage and community.