Visit to Norman Ackroyd’s Studio on 19th May 2020

As part of our ongoing visits to artists’ studios, we are delighted to announce we have arranged a visit to Norman Ackroyd’s studio in Bermondsey, London. 

Norman has lived and worked from his studio in Bermondsey for over 35 years. He was elected as a Royal Academician in 1988, appointed Professor of Etching at the University of Arts in 1994, elected Senior Fellow at the Royal College of Art in 2000 and awarded a CBE for services to engraving and printing in 2007. His work is held in public and private collections worldwide. 

Norman is known primarily for his landscape work in etching and aquatint. He also works in watercolour. 

His studio is near to Bermondsey Street SE1, where White Cube, the Fashion & Textile Museum, Eames Fine Art Gallery and London Glassblowing are all located, for those wishing to make a day of it. Tate Modern and Intaglio Printmaking are also within walking distance and there are many excellent cafes and restaurants in the area. 

The visit will last for 1-1.5 hours.

Date: Tuesday 19 May at 10.15am 

Places limited to 15 (PMC members only) 

£12 per person, payable in advance 

If you are interested, please email us at as soon as possible to register your interest. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Only once your place has been confirmed by Jacki, please make a payment of £12 quoting your surname and  ‘Ackroyd’ to:

Sort Code 60 05 37 Account no. 24079510

In the event of the visit being postponed, we will keep your place on the list until a new date can be confirmed, unless you request a refund.