News | Posted on: 04 November 2017
Major exhibition, including linocuts from the last 12 years and earlier. Also 46 original linocuts from work created for the Royal Mail Post & Go Stamps.
To coincide with the launch of Robert’s latest book, Pressing On published by Mascot Media, we will be hosting a very special exhibition at the Pinkfoot Gallery in Cley. Robert has stated this will be the last time he does a major show, mainly because he won’t have anything left! Robert will be donating a share of profits from the entire exhibition to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and with that in mind, some of the older linocuts will be held back to be auctioned; once all the images are on our website, we will ask interested parties to submit bids by phone or email. The full exhibition list will be published on our website in March.
Robert has been given permission from Royal Mail to sell his original linocuts from the Post & Go stamp sets they commissioned between 2011-2014. There are 46 different designs in total and some with some with multiple editions. They are: Birds of Britain I,II,III and IV, (36 designs) Farm Animals: Sheep, Cattle & Pigs (18 designs) and Winter Fur and Feathers (4 designs).
Some of the linocuts will be framed to include the actual stamp. (see the framed Robin picture)
Once we have all the images from Robert, we will put them on our website with prices (except the ones for the auction). The Pinkfoot Gallery doors open at 10am on the 28th April but we will be opening our phone lines from 10am 25th April – 27th April, 10–5pm.
So put 10am, 25th April 2018 in your diary now!
You can get updates for the exhibition from a variety of sources, but the best way is to join our mailing list, you’ll get the phone numbers to call also. email us if you’d like to join: firstname.lastname@example.org, subject MAILING LIST
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Please feel free to call us if you’d like any more information about the exhibition.
For more information about the book, please contact Alan & Marion Marshall from Mascot Media 01692 582811 www.mascotmedia.co.uk