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Prints & Pots 4 May until 25 May
An exhibition of original prints by Walter Hoyle
with a selection of ceramics by Denise Hoyle
Tutored by Edward Bawden at the Royal College of Art, Walter Hoyle (1922 -2000) became a close friend and moved to Great Bardfield in Essex in 1953 joining other artists of the day. He met his wife, Denise, when she visited the first exhibition of Great Bardfield Artists in 1954. Walter Hoyle taught printmaking at Cambridge School of Art whilst pursuing his own career as a printmaker and illustrator. His work, although initially influenced by his mentor, Bawden, became increasingly experimental. This exhibition is the first chance in many years to see the breadth of Hoyle's imagination and his craftsmanship as a printmaker.
Denise Hoyle was born and grew up in Paris. Denise received no formal art training and is primarily self-taught although she learnt about ceramics at evening classes. Her pots, made during the 1970s are inspired by artefacts she saw in the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Denise also produced collage books for her children and was commissioned by the post office to design a number of posters. Today she paints.
"Prints & Pots" now until 25th May
"Andre Gide" Linocut by Walter Hoyle
"Little face" by Denise Hoyle