Annabelle Oppenheimer
at The House Mistress


Summer on a Drover's road.jpeg







Garden (drypoint)

Annabelle Oppenheimer

I love the processes involved in printmaking. I work mostly in intaglio (etching and
collagraph) and relief (lino and woodcut) but also in monotype and monoprint.
Printmaking can be a slow and almost contemplative way of working. There is always an
element of surprise and, even in an edition from the same plate, each print is unique.
Nothing can be taken for granted!
I draw inspiration from the immediate surroundings in my garden, the local Herefordshire
landscape and further afield. I am fascinated by the ever-changing light and the patterns it
makes. On my walks and wanderings glimpses of small details, shapes and movements,
along with subsequent sketches, are utilised in the print process.
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Maidstone College of Art 1968-1969, Chelsea School of Art, London 1969-1972, Goldsmiths College, London 1973-1974, Hereford College of Art 1991-1994, Graphic designer at Shenval Press, London 1972-1973, Taught art at various schools in London, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire and Herefordshire 1974-2011



Sean Kelly Gallery, South London 1976

Hampton Hill Gallery 1980

Royal West of England Open Exhibition, Bristol 1994

MOMA Machynlleth Open Exhibition 1995

All Saints, Hereford 1997 & 2014

h.Art, The Printshed, Madley 2012 & 2013

h.Art, artist's studio 2014, 2016, 2018

The Chapel Gallery, Bromyard 2015 & 2016

h.Art, Blue Ginger, Cradley 2017 & 2018

h.Art, The Lion Gallery Leominster 2018

The Way We See, group exhibition of 5 painters and printmakers, Elmslie House 2019

My work can be seen in Erwood Station Gallery and Blue Ginger Gallery, Cradley