Print London Presents: Eric Mummery Artist Talk

Print London was proud to host Eric Mummery at Satellite Project Space June 29th as both a longstanding member and first prize winner our three jurors selected for the TOMPE 2017 exhibition. He gave a survey of his works in both lithography and wood engraving as well as a history of his printmaking experiences at NSCAD and residencies at Trois-Rivieres, Quebec. Thanks so much to Eric and everyone who came out! Click here for our Facebook page and more details. 

Eric Mummery artist talk at Satellite Project Space - Thursday June 29th 2017

A closeup of some of Eric's wood engravings and lithography



Tara Cooper's presentation at The Arts Project.

Print London was visited by artist Tara Cooper who gave a wonderful talk at The Arts Project on Saturday May 27th 2017. She showed her collection of limited edition hand printed books and other print ephemera. Thanks to Tara, everyone who came out and The Arts Project. 



Print London Presents: Tara Cooper Artist Talk

For our spring Artist Talk series we are excited to be joined by Tara Cooper who will be giving a talk originally presented in Portland at the Southern Graphics Print Council Conference. Cooper's work combines outcomes of print, found objects, sculpture, text and video with installation. Her presentation explores the process of handmade printing where glitches, malfunctions, and imperfections challenge the slick perfection of print's industrial counterpart.

Cooper is an Associate Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Waterloo, Department of Fine Arts.  She is also the co-editor of Printopolis - a recent publication that examines contemporary print culture. 

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Print London showing works at The Grand Theatre

The Grand Theatre is generously offering discounted tickets on certain performances of Art to our members and supporters! So come on out and see the performance! In the lobby you can also see amazing works from local artists, including four from the Print London collective: Lori Jensen-Brazier, Eric Mummery, Cindi Talbot and Matt Trueman.


This Tony award-winning masterpiece, directed by Nigel Shawn Williams, explores the idea of what, if anything, defines art - and friendship.

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Our TOMPE 2017 Fundraiser was a huge success!

Many thanks to everyone who donated, supported and came out to Print London's first fundraiser. The evening was a huge success. Thank you to the generosity of everyone in the community, Print London can continue to develop programming for our annual event, The Ontario Miniature Print Exhibition (TOMPE2017). 

A huge thanks to Wink's Eatery for hosting the event and providing delicious food and drinks. 

We want to acknowledge and thank our venue, door prize sponsors and entertainment. 

Door Prize Donations


Yessica Woahneil performing at Winks for Print London's TOMPE 2017 Fundraiser. 

Visiting artist Laine Groeneweg will be giving a talk at the next meeting November 23rd.

Our next meeting is coming up on Wednesday November 23rd at 7pm at The Arts Project. 

You are not going to want to miss this meeting, as we have invited Hamilton printmaker Laine Groeneweg to come and talk to us about his work. OMIT I will be sending another reminder closer to the date. Please Invite anyone that you think would be interested. 

Here is Laine's Bio from his website at

Laine Groeneweg is a printmaker currently living in Hamilton, Ontario. He received his BFA from York University in 2004 and subsequently trained as a professional printmaker at Fondazione Il Bisonte Per Lo Studio Dell’Arte Grafica in Florence, Italy.
Laine is most widely recognized for his work in mezzotint and etching and exploring the possibilities of traditional technique in the wake of more contemporary production methods. His whimsical imagery is often characterized by themes of dream and play. His prints have been exhibited nationally and internationally in Canada, Australia, Russia, Japan, Finland, Italy, Taiwan and the United States.

Nuit Blanche 2016

Print London at Nuit Blanche 2016

Print London had a great installation on Dundas Street beside Budwieser Gardens. The theme was called Phantom Impressions and featured a 60 foot fabric path with over 50 different footprints and designs for people to try printing. However, as the sun dropped and the huge black lights and christmas light decorated tents began to glow the dark clouds overhead responded. Unfortunately right as night got into full swing the rain began. Thankfully we were able to get some great photos - even if it's more blanche than nuit. Many thanks to our volunteers who helped with the event!

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That's a Relief!

That's a Relief is a print show at Satellite Project Space exhibiting artwork from the collections of: Fanshawe College, Beal Art and Western University. The works were curated by Joscelyn Gardner and Gabriella Solti. 

Our Eight Artists in Residences

Take a look at our Member Gallery page to see some of the works completed. Also, some nice closeups of the Nuit Blanche tile wall in the background.

Week 1: Debbie Bento and Lori Jensen-Braziero

Week 2: Brian Rack and Matthew Trueman

Week 3: Jennifer Hamilton and Eric Mummery

Week 4: Gabriella Solti and Eva Przybyla