In addition to photos taken at the opening I have included where possible some images from each of the exhibiting artists:
1. Akane Kirimura
I think it was Akane who organised/coordinated the exhibition
Akané KIRIMURA, France; if you do visit http://www.akanekirimura.com/Welcome.html - you will find absolutely loads of lovely work to look at using a range of techniques + approaches.
2. Anne Paulus
On Annes website: http://annepaulus.fr/the-artist/?lang=en
there are artists books, printmaking works and ceramics. She seems to favour working in a restricted palette. Its something I have had fleeting thoughts on although never actually done. Having said that my colours in my earlier works were brighter in colour.
wish I knew who was who? but have absolutely no idea
3. Mitsouko Mori
Mitsouko MORI, France
Mitsouko works using silkscreen lithography etching and more recently neon. She seems not to have a dedicated website so instead there are bits and pieces all over the internet - hard to choose one......
This link takes you to a search on Google: https://tinyurl.com/y75ezf2u
4. Katherine Jones
Katherine is an exceptional artist printmaker - she combines relief and intaglio in such a way that is unique.
The link below is to a video that you can see on You Tube, in which she seems to be describing one of the processes she uses in making her prints, involving a stencil through which ink is wiped away? ......anyway go figure...........
5. Akira Abe
Akira ABE, Japan the url below, is best I could find on him:
6. Tiina Kivinen
love the wash-like nature of many of Tiina's etchings
Tiina Kivinen, Finland
7. Kanako Watanabe
Beautiful subtle graceful moku hanga prints
She doesn't seem to have a dedicated website so again a google search seems best option