PRINTS of Oxfordshire artists’ work are on show at Didcot’s Cornerstone Arts Centre this month.

The Oxford Printmakers exhibition, with more than 100 prints in the gallery, runs until March 27.

Oxford Printmakers, set up in 1976, is a long-established workshop used by many printmakers.

The exhibition will demonstrate different approaches to the art, from vibrant innovative styles to more traditional methods developed since the 16th century.

Printing techniques on display include collagraphy, etching, monoprinting, chine collé, drypoint, screenprinting, woodcut, linocut, wood engraving and stone lithography.

Courses in all those techniques are run throughout the year at the Oxford workshop.

The body has about 80 members, who regularly exhibit locally, nationally and internationally, and have had work included in this year’s Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, the Contemporary Printmaking Show, the Mall Galleries in London, and the Royal West of England Print Show in Bristol.

The theme of the Cornerstone exhibition is Spring Works — a collection of recent work inspired by this optimistic and energetic time of the year.

Further information is available at the website or by sending an email to the workshop at Emma Dolman, director of the Cornerstone Arts Centre, said: “We hope you will come and have a wander around our gallery and see over 100 amazing prints from very talented local artists.”