New etching released as 'Relic' show moves to Unit London
Jake Wood-Evans' latest solo exhibition 'Relic' opened to acclaim at the start of 2020 in Winchester, at the Hampshire Cultural Trust's Discovery Centre. Feedback on the work has been fantastic with some great press pieces, including a review by The Londoner Magazine and video interview by Studio International. Further links to selected articles can be found on the press page.
'Relic' at The Discovery Centre, Winchester. Photo credit: Tom Langford
Currently still on show until the end of March, 'Relic' is due to move to Unit London's Mayfair space, where the exhibition will continue into the spring.
Opening on 10th April it will run until 2nd May, with a private view at the gallery on Wednesday 8 April. Please click here to find out more about attending the event.
Produced to coincide with the opening of the 'Relic' show, Jake has also released a brand new limited edition etching. Titled 'The Three Graces, after Rubens', there have only been 15 presses made. Due to the process, Jake was able to vary the prints quite dramatically, so no one print is the same.
'The Three Graces, after Rubens'
Etching on paper, Somerset 300gsm
Limited edition of 15, each print unique
26 x 21cm (image), 44.5 x 37.5cm (paper)
£650 + VAT