Carole Hensher RE
Printmaker and painter
Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers Annual Exhibition
Work by Carole Hensher is currently on display in the Society's 2013 Annual Exhibition at
Bankside Gallery. The exhibition was opened by
Tate Britain's Prints & Drawings Room Curator, Julia Beaumont-Jones.
Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH (next to Tate Modern on the South Bank).
Tel 020 7928 7521 email email@example.com. May 10th to June 8th 2013.
Click for listings of all current and recent
exhibitions and solo shows and
for details of galleries with the artist's work permanently on sale.
Click for details of these and other news items.
- On Distant Shores - Article by Carole Hensher in Printmaking Today (Vol 21 No 2 Summer Edition) about
the life, work and teaching philosophy of the artist Francis Tinsley RE.
- Interview with Carole by BBC London about her work and the
Greenwich Printmakers 2009 show at the National Theatre.
- Talk by the artist about her work at London gallery.
- Major international bank purchases work for permanent collection.
About the artist
The English artist, Carole Hensher RE, who lives and works in London,
practises in a variety of media, including printmaking (primarily lithography,
dry-point and etching), painting and textile sculpture.
Carole is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers (RE) and a member of the Printmakers Council. She
belongs to the South Bank Printmakers organisation and works regularly at Artichoke workshop and the London Print Studio.
She is a frequent contributor to the specialist magazine Printmaking Today.
Examples of her work can be seen on this site. Click on the View buttons to select/ images.
Many of the items shown are available for purchase either from the artist
or from the galleries currently showing them. Click on the News and Shows
buttons for current exhibition and events information.
Please use the 'Get in touch' facility to make direct contact if interested.
Site last updated 25/04/2013
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copyright © C Hensher 1999 - 2013.