Posts tagged ‘silk-screen’

March 13, 2014

cocktail sobranie

New work by 36 Lime Street member Louise Bradley, ‘cocktail sobranie’, painted cigar press in two parts.  Available to see at the Spring Salon Sale coming up on 23rd March, 10 – 5.  Find Louise on Level 2.  Louise will be exhibiting at the Customs House and the Toffee Factory as part of the International Print Biennale 2014.

cocktail sobranie by Louise Bradley

cocktail sobranie by Louise Bradley


September 8, 2013

New silk screen prints by Louise Bradley for Brighton Art Fair

Brighton Art Fair, from September 20th to 22nd, is celebrating its 10th year and is bringing together over 100 of the best contemporary artists from the UK and abroad.  This includes 36 Lime Street’s Louise Bradley, who’ll be showing new silk screen prints and drawings.

Contact Louise if you’ll be in the area for tickets – via her website


December 2, 2011

Christmas Book Emporium in Durham 3rd & 4th December

Tony Redman

This weekend Theresa Easton will be taking part in New Writing North’s Christmas Book Emporium in The Debating Chamber in the historic centre of Durham’s Palace Green.

On display will be The Sunderland Book Project with recent work on display by Anna Welsh and Fiona Barnes (photo & website coming soon).

Fiona Barnes is currently in her 3rd year FD Photography degree at Sunderland University.


Fiona Barnes

Her book Freemasons’ Hall, Queen Street Sunderland is a documentary based project highlighting ‘the oldest purpose built meeting place in the world’, Fiona Barnes.

Fiona Barnes


Fiona Barnes

Also on display by Sunderland based creative practitioners will be work by Tony Redman, Pauline Alldis, Jo Cunningham, Tricia Green, Alyson Stoker, Pauline Taylor and work by national & international practitioners.

Pauline Aldis
Jo Cunningham
Tricia Green
Alyson Stoker
Pauline Taylor

 The Sunderland Book Project is a not for profit project.  Books are not for sale and visitors are positively encouraged to pick the work up, browse and read at leisure.

Theresa Easton  will be showing a selection of  book work including the latest addition ‘The Gardening Book’  which presents a collection of  lino prints and silk screen work on Hahnemuhle paper in a concertina style; as well as Travels in Time, which proved very popular at Ouseburn Open Studios, so much so that a visitor decided to help themselves, soshe is now left with just two copies!  It is a beautiful book that sits comfortably in the palm of the hand when folded up, but when unraveled tells a simple story of world culture and animal representation inspired by the Hancock Museum’s collection.

The Gardening Book
The Tower – part of the al-Mutanabbi Street Starts here Coalition
Travels in Time
November 19, 2011

36 Lime St Grand Raffle

Theresa Easton works with a range of printmaking processes and materials including textiles, paper and glass.  Recent work includes a selection of hand-made artist’s books for The Book Apothecary, some of which are on sale in the studio on Level 1, 36 Lime street over the Ouseburn Open Studios weekend, as well as the Christmas Book Emporium in the debating chamber at Palace Green, Durham 3rd & 4th December organised by New Writing North. For the Grand Raffle, Theresa has donated a hand-made printed book ‘The Gardening Book, and a set of  miniature books made from labels.

Theresa delivers workshops in print and bookbinding from the Level 1 studio.  The next  workshop is Saturday 18th February 2012 10-5pm.  For further details and how to book .

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November 18, 2011

36 Lime Street Grand Raffle at Ouseburn Open Studios

Enamelled jewellery by Allyson Blackman

This years Ouseburn Open Studios offers visitors something different with the 36 Lime Street Grand Raffle.   For more details visit 36 Lime Street Gallery 26th & 27th November 2011 for tickets and prizes.

Sparklehouse, jewellery by Allyson Blackman, can be found on Level 2 at 36 Lime Street.  Allyson Blackman has donated a selection of jewllery.  Allyson makes and sells handmade, copper, silver and enamel jewellery. Each individual piece is hand-cut and decorated using enamel and carefully selected sections of vintage Chintz china patterns.

Glass brooches by Sue Woolhouse and Bowl by Julia Roxburgh

 Original artwork has been donated by a selection of the creative practitioners based at 36 Lime Street.

Sue Woolhouse, architectural glass artist has donated a selection of glass brooches, usually retailing at £10 along with ceramic work by Julia Roxburgh  worth £40.   Julia Roxburgh’s studio can be found on Level 4 at 36 Lime Street.

Sue specialises in the design and fabrication of architectural glass, gifts and awards. Residencies are undertaken within schools, colleges and centres within the heart of the community.
Try your hand at glass fusing using bullseye in a creative and supportive environment with access to professional facilities. You can call Sue for further information regarding future workshops. Sue Woolhouse’s studio can be found on Level 1 at 36 Lime Street.


Helena Seget

Challenging standard approaches to design, Helena Seget’s passion lies in creating idiosyncratic pieces for interior spaces. Working purely in porcelain, her current portfolio includes shelves, floor tiles, furniture and wall art.
Helena also undertakes photographic projects – such as her ‘Tyneside Cinema Chairs’ series, and her collaborative work with her pet rat, ‘Tony Blair Artist-Rat’, which was reported on across the world.

Helena’s work is sold both privately and through local galleries. Commissions are welcomed.


Original Lithograph by Lee Turner, Hole Editions.


 Lee Turner (Hole Editions) has provided two original Lithographs depicting local scenes. Hole Editions is an independent printer and publisher of direct hand printed fine art lithographs. Collaborating with local, national and international artists.  Hole Editions can be found on Level 2 at 36 Lime Street.

Lee Turner

Steve Marshall 'Stranded Red Boat'

Stephen John  Marshall has worked as an artist in the community for many years either individually or with other artists, particularly Malcolm Smith.

The work he has undertaken covers a large range including banners, commissions, coordination of projects, events, murals, mosaics, sessional projects, teaching in schools and workshops.

 Louis Bradley, organiser of the Grand Raffle has a studio on Level 2 at 36 Lime Street and will be showing a selection of new work inclduing silk-screenprints made recently at Northern Print, also taking part in Ouseburn Open Studios.

Recent work by Louise Bradley

November 7, 2011

Silk Screen Printing onto Glass workshops 2012

Silk Screen Printing onto Glass with Theresa Easton

Where:   36 Lime street, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Cost: Two day workshop  £14o per person  including all materials 

 Chris Williams creating design work for glass.

The workshop aims to introduce you to simple stencil making and how to use glass enamels. The first day will explore mark making, layering and registration techniques.  

 Magdalena Marciniak taking part in one day workshop.

The workshop is aimed to provide you with skills and knowledge in setting up your own screen-printing facilities, either at home or in your studio. You will have the chance to design you own work ready to print the following day.  The second day will be spent learning techniques and printing onto the glass.  If you have any ideas to work from, bring them along. The glass size is A4, you will be provided with two pieces of float glass.  If you have ideas to work from you may want to make sure they fit A4.

Cost; £140   

Date & Time; 11th & 12th February 2012 10-5pm

Location; 36 Lime street, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 2PQ

Group size; Maximum 5 adults

To book:  Payment must be made in advance

Telephone: Theresa Easton 07981381830

Email: for further information about a course, booking and local transport & accommodation details.

36 Lime Street, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE12PQ

Enamelled Glass work for Enchanted Parks, Gateshead 2010 by Theresa Easton
October 30, 2011

The Sunderland Book project call out

The Sunderland Book Project is co-ordinated by 36 Lime Street based printmaker Theresa Easton and is a an ongoing book project aiming to provide opportunities for those taking part to exhibit their work nationally & internationally.


Graham Smith (Art Centre Washington Sept-Nov2011)

Open Call for Submissions


The Sunderland Book Project invites national and international artist’s, designers, bookmakers and printmakers to design and make an artist’s book, pamphlet, zine or comic inspired by the North East of Englands coastal city of Sunderland.  Choose from the city’s rich history in seafaring, industrial heritage and glass making, (to name just a few) or document contemporary landmarks such as the Stadium of Light, University City and  the Aquatic Centre boasting the only 50m swimming pool between Leeds and Edinburgh!


The aim of the project is to collect a wide range of unique interpretations of the city of Sunderland from around the world.  The books will be exhibited in national and international venues, reflecting the cities international export tradition.

Dominic Colquitt (Arts Centre Washington Sept-Nov 2011)

This is a touring exhibition and has strict guidelines.

Submission guidelines:

Application Form Sunderland Book Project

October 29, 2011

Behind the scenes at 36 Lime street

Colin Hagan

 Graphic Designer Colin Hagan, also known as Northern Design, plays an important role in the preparations that go into the Ouseburn Open Studios weekend at 36 Lime Street.

Publicity and Marketing is  key to promoting the organisation and the practitioners taking part in the weekends events.  Planning and preparation takes place weeks in advance, although there are always the last minute deadlines and alterations made.


Colin’s studio at 36 Lime street is not only his workplace but a space for exhibiting his own projects including a collection of Ampersand’s made from various materials including, wood, glass and ceramic.   A range of hand printed silk-screen prints hang on the wall reflecting Colin’s passion for Jazz and Blues music.