Harriette creates detailed lino prints inspired by plants, flowers, and abstract patterns found within nature. Use of bold colours and various print surfaces give her work a playful energy.
Public Preview Evening 5th April
Exhibiting in 2019
Harriette first studied art and design at Leeds College of Art in 2013, but later went on to study a science degree in Newcastle. After graduating, Harriette came back to her passion and now combines her love for precision and detail with design. Printmaking allows Harriette to create intricate designs and experiment with bold colours and print surfaces. Harriette loves the hands-on process; from initial sketches in the garden, to pulling prints in her studio.
This is the first year that Harriette Rymer has exhibited at York Open Studiosharriettesayshello.co.uk
Holy Trinity Church,
York, YO1 7LF
Church is set back from the road, go through iron gates opposite Tesco on Goodramgate. Also accessible via Hornpot Lane.
Wheelchair access is via Hornpot Lane, Low Petergate next to Poundland. Ramp into church, but steps to some areas inside