October 6 - November 3
Chloe Cheese – Now and Then
An exhibition of original prints from Chloe’s studio.
This exhibition is a chance to see and buy work from different periods of Chloe Cheese’s career. The exhibition will include lithographs, etchings and monoprints inspired by her travels to the Lebanon, to Italy and to France. There will also be prints illustrating scenes from London’s Soho and prints of domestic objects from her home.
All work will be for sale. View the exhibition in the gallery and on the website here
Gallery open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 10.00am – 5.00pm
(Also open at other times by appointment)
Chloe Cheese, illustrator, artist and printmaker, was born in London and grew up in Great Bardfield, in Essex. Her parents, Sheila Robinson and Bernard Cheese, were both artists and lived in the village with fellow artists Edward Bawden, Michael Rothenstein and others. Chloe studied art at Cambridge Art School (1969-1972) and then at the Royal College of Art (1972-1976). Her work has been shown in many exhibitions, both solo shows and mixed in the UK and abroad. Chloe is patron of the Association of Illustrators and has illustrated many books. She is also a trustee of the Curwen Print Study Centre near Cambridge. Her work is held in many public collections such as the V&A, and the Arts Council of Great Britain.