Discover & support Nottinghamshire artists & makers in these ‘virtual studios’, plus by exploring the OSNotts website and by visiting them in their studios and workplaces around the county & city on the dates stated.

  • Jeannie is taking part in open studio events at two venues:
    • Venue 35 – As a guest of Stevenson & Soames, of the Hartley Creatives on Sat 11 June (including at 11.30-12.30 demonstrating how to print a linocut without the need of a press).
      • Refreshments for purchase.
      • Full Wheelchair Access – reception open 10-4 only, to help with wheelchair through indoor car park via lift to all floors. Best to contact ahead so someone can support.
    • Venue 38 – Her work can also be see in an exhibition at the Peggy’s Skylight Jazz Club through the OSNotts Festival fortnight of 11-26 June and continuing to 31 August.

Contemporary printmaking, combining traditional forms of intaglio and relief print informed by directly observed sketches focus on sensory exploration of water, light, music and dance.
Venue 35 – Guest at: Unit 21, Block A, 2nd Floor, Hucknall Road NG5 1FD
Venue 38 – Exhibition of work for customers of the Jazz Club: Peggy’s Skylight, 3 George St, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3BH
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Jeannie studied at St Martins School of Art, London to degree level, and holds an MA in Art and Design from the University of Humberside. She also holds a Professional Graduate Diploma from The University of Derby in Teaching in the Life Long Learning Sector.

Jeannie is a member of Leicester Print Workshop and part time teacher, with over 40 years of teaching experience in drawing, printmaking, and painting. She has recently had the pleasure of working in the community for the WEA Nottingham, and art festivals running drawing and printmaking workshops.

Since lockdown Jeannie has been running a range of workshops online via Zoom for a number of institutions, including the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University. She has experience of teaching at level 3, HND, and degree level. Jeannie also runs bespoke workshops for small groups, and for now these workshops take place on Zoom.

Jeannie has exhibited widely, and more recently exhibited at Peggy’s Skylight, Tarpey Gallery, The Harley Gallery, The Old Lockup Gallery, & Derby Print. Jeannie’s work combines traditional forms of intaglio and relief print informed by directly observed sketches.

For a full list of exhibitions see my website:

Jeannie Clark - Colour wallJEANNIE CLARK – STUDIO

I have a dedicated work space in my home in Sherwood. I have space to work, and I create artwork most days. Creating or thinking about art is part of who I am. If I’m not working on one of my projects, or teaching online in my studio I feel very odd.


If you are interested in this work, please contact the artist directly through the links above.

Jeannie’s work combines traditional forms of intaglio and relief print namely, collagraph and block-print to produce her distinctive images. Much of her work explores sensory experiences, and this work is supported with sketches made from direct observation. Jeannie is artist in residence at the Jazz club Peggy’s Skylight.


In addition, Jeannie is including work by her two grandchildren, Lucca & Peggy Belshaw.

Lucca Belshaw – Age 14. “Hello, I’m Lucca and I love photography and art, feel free to take a look at my work”:

Peggy Belshaw – Peggy is 12, “I love drawing”:


Jeannie Clark works in oils, gouache, and acrylic, and specialises in printmaking, combining traditional forms of intaglio and relief print. Observed sketches inform all her artworks, with much of her current work focussing on sensory experiences of swimming, dance and music.

Jeannie is artist in residence at Peggy’s Skylight, Jazz Venue Of The Year’ in the All Party Parliamentary Jazz Awards.

Jeannie also runs workshops on line, using Zoom. As part of Open Studios Notts celebrations will be offering free “Expressive Screen Printing” workshop Sunday 12th June from 11 until 1 in the afternoon. Check out her website to view the creative videos.