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Michael Griffiths

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  • Michael Griffiths studied painting and printmaking at Brighton Polytchnic in the 1970s, graduating with a first class honours and continuing with a postgraduate in Printmaking. Since then, he has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad including print biennales in Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Holland and mini print exhibitions in Spain, Canada and UK.

    The Aldrich collection is series of drawings, paintings and prints based on observations of the landscape and ancient earthworks of the South Downs formed his first one-man show, 1997, at the Polytechnic Gallery.

    His work is included in a number of public collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Arts Council England, Varna in Bulgaria and the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. He now lives and works in Dorset. He became course leader for BA Hons Fine Art at the Arts University College at Bournemouth and is a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists in Cornwall and an associate member of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers.

  • Title of Work:How to measure a Hill Date:1979 Medium:Coloured Etching
    General Information: Old Accession No x21.
    Title of Work:Suspension Date:1977 Medium:Oil on canvas
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