Jo Tunmer
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My Events

Glimpses in Drawn from Nature
12 Mar 2015 - 09:00 to 6 Jun 2015 - 22:00
Glimpses in Drawn from Nature
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Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale 2016
Repeats every day until Wed Sep 28 2016.
22 Sep 2016 -
10:30 to 17:00
Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale
Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale 2016
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Country Living Fair with the Rachel Dormor Gallery
16 Mar 2016 - 10:00 to 20 Mar 2016 - 16:00
Country Living Fair with the Rachel Dormor Gallery
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July Open Studios

Cambridge Open Studios 2016
Cambridge Open Studios 2016
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printmaking, painting
Printmaker and Painter telling stories by solarplate etching and oil. Gifts, cards and workshops now available. Four exhibitors in a garden setting.
  • Visitors All Year
  • Tuition Given

Overview

Visual Artist Jo Tunmer explores notions of time and reality through fragments of memory. Her goal is to encourage those who see her work to look for the unexpected. They might discover text incorporated within a print, or be left intrigued by her use of blended colour which can leave the viewer wondering what lies beyond what is immediately visible.

Jo is captivated by process - either by the layering of oil paint on canvas or by ink and paper through printmaking. The print methods she works with are photopolymer etching, lithography combined with film and photography. Sometimes working with alternative materials­ - perspex, aluminum, and wood - adds further intrigue.

Contact

Contact details are - email: 

Or telephone: 07765 563908.

Alongside Jo's practice, she runs corporate or personal workshops and individual bespoke oil painting lessons. She also is known for creating and curating events for other Artists, for example she is one of the 3 founders of The Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale.

Stockists

Etchings can be purchased through Cambridge Contemporary Art and The VK Gallery. Oil paintings can be purchased through Gallery Plus, Norfolk. Greeting cards are stocked at Fitzbillies Café and Restaurant, Cambridge Contemporary Art and The VK Gallery.