See Wolverhampton-based printmaker Linda Nevill's new online exhibition and find nature-inspired jewellery for Mother's Day
Linda Nevill, ARBSA
18 February – 12 April
Linda Nevill is a printmaker from Wolverhampton, creating work based on the English landscape.
This series of abstract collagraphs is individually printed using different coloured inks, each one is unique.
Spring Craft for Mother's Day
Welcome the arrival of Spring with new nature-inspired jewellery by jeweller and metal-artist Zoë Ruth.
Now is the ideal time to find unique cards, handcrafted jewellery and gifts for Mother’s Day too.
Can’t decide on a gift? You can also buy gift vouchers online for the RBSA Gallery Shop.
Browse all Mother's Day Gifts
Eric Gaskell ARBSA, Canal Linocuts
22 January - 12 April
Eric Gaskell ARBSA began making canal linocuts in 2004. This was the start of a journey from north to south across the UK canal network.
In this exhibition, see a selection of black and white linocut prints from Gaskell's book, Canal Linocuts.
Behind every piece of art that we exhibit in the gallery and sell in our online shop is by an individual artist.
Supporting our local community of artists and designer-makers from across the UK is a big part of the RBSA’s mission. And our artist community needs our support (and yours) more than ever right now.
Discover how your support helps three makers on the RBSA Art Blog.
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The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of exhibitions, events and workshops.
The RBSA runs an exhibition venue, the RBSA Gallery, in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, a short walk from the city centre.
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