The Literary Landscape, an exhibition at Pardon Mill


The Literary Landscape

An exhibition at Parndon Mill

Sunday 19th May till Sunday 23rd June 2024  Open: Tues - Fri 10.30 -4.30 Sat & Sun 2 - 4

Parndon Mill, Pardon Mill Lane, Harlow CM20 2HP 


Bodenpress is a printmaking studio in 'Tring rural' Hertfordshire where artists have been working together on literary themed exhibitions for many years. Overseen by Helen Boden, who also runs courses and print sessions at the studio, the artists have taken their inspiration from the writings of selected authors, including Virginia Woolf and Laurie Lee.

'Literary landscapes' showcases a variety of printmaking techniques such as Polymer etching, Linocut, Collagraph, Drypoint, Screenprint and Monotype.  The work is varied in style with many processes used to create original fine art prints. Some are unique, others are part of a small limited edition, and all are hand inked.

The exhibiting artists are:

Lalage Allison, Helen Boden, Julie Brown, Marian Carter, Jeannelise Edelsten, Jon Flint, Carol Gigg, Bernie Grist, Suman Gujral, Karen Martin, Matt Mullins, Denise Purdy and Michael Spark.

More exhibition information here.

Work on display is also available to purchase.


About Parndon Mill

Just to the east of Roydon, on the edge of Harlow and beside the River Stort, you'll find Parndon Mill, a hub of creativity. Exhibitions, sales of art from the resident artists, events, classes and workshops all take place within this historic mill - in beautiful surroundings. Since the sixties it has been occupied by artists and craftsmen who have gradually restored the premises.

Parndon Mill provides workspace for artists, craftspeople, designers and architects who have the opportunity to share ideas and use their different skills to collaborate on creative work. They also run classes to pass on their skills.

Find out more about the history of Parndon Mill here.



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Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the M11 Drive North on the A 414 for approx 2 miles. At the Gates Garage roundabout turn left along Edinburgh Way to Harlow Town station roundabout -straight over on to Elizabeth Way - take 3rd small turning on right (between Rugby Club and Adams Motors)

From the A10 Turn East along the A414 - Approaching Harlow, turn right at roundabout (Eastwick Lodge Farm) right at next roundabout (Harlow Town Station) - 3rd small turning on right off Elizabeth Way (between Rugby Club and Adams Motors)

Public Transport Directions

The nearest station is Harlow. 

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The Literary Landscape, an exhibition at Parndon Mill


Parndon Mill, Parndon Mill Lane, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2HP

Tel: 01279 426042

Opening Times

The Literary Landscape (19 May 2024 - 23 June 2024)

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