Danielle Creenaune Elected Member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers UK

In News June 8, 2021

Image above: Danielle Creenaune  Silent falls: Carrington  2020  stone lithograph and chine collé  edition 12  52 x 43 cm

Congratulations to Danielle Creenaune who has been elected as a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in the UK.

The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) was formed in 1880 to seek recognition for the value of printmaking as artwork in its own right. To this day it continues to promote original printmaking in all its forms, widen the knowledge and understanding of printmaking as a process, whilst also providing its members with artistic opportunities.

Being awarded RE Membership is comparable to a degree from a college or university, as the Royal Charter entitles the RE to award letters and diplomas to those who, in its opinion, by peer review and election, are outstanding in the field of making their own prints.

The Society shares its home at Bankside Gallery, in London, with the Royal Watercolour Society in an association that has lasted more than a hundred years.

As part of being elected as a member, a work is chosen by the Society to enter the RE Diploma Collection which is held at the Ashmolean Museum. Danielle’s selected work is the beautiful stone lithograph, Silent falls: Carrington.

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