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Glasgow Print Fair from home

Glasgow Print Fair from home is open! We asked a selection of artists across Europe to create new prints based on the theme of nature for this year’s event.

We were overwhelmed by its success last year. This year we had hoped to grow the festival, planning to take over two floors of the Lighthouse, as well as hosting an exhibition.

When lockdown hit however, we went back to the drawing board. In turn, establishing a simple yet fun way to make this year’s print fair happen. Many of us have turned to nature for sanity on our daily walks and have been looking forward to getting back out into the wilderness, our aim to bring a bit of that nature inside and on your walls.

All proceeds go directly to the artists, with many of them donating their proceeds to charity, including the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, The Black Curriculum and many other organisations supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

Big shout-out to co-organiser Kaye Symington.

Laura Slater - Pear, Bowl, Leaf

Emer Tumilty - Parks Are For People

Luke Drozd - Perfection

Ruan van Vliet - van Vliet's Heron in the Rain

Lizzie Lomax - Outside

Dominika Lipniewska - Forest Bath

Risotto - Au Naturel

Hannah Warren - Summer Song

Kristina Chan - Flora

Lesley Barnes - Garden Panther

Lotta Maija - Lemonade

The Printed Peanut - A Walk in the Flowers

William Luz - Swim

William Luz - Another World

YUK FUN - The Good Life

Marcus Oakley - Summer Tree

Ashwin Chacko - Nurture Nature

Kristyna Baczynski - Personal Spaces

We are out of office - Picnic

Lucy Sherston - A Still Shore

Ollie Silvester - Spotted!

Roddy MacNeill - Nutrients

Chris Bryant

Booker Stardrum

Santiago Taberna - Resting Lion

Max Machen - Ribbit

Saskia Pomeroy - Lockdown Flower

Jayde Perkin - At The Lake

Oliwia Bober - Quantine Studio

Christina Riley - The Beach Today

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