And Anja Percival's light-filled prints - I've mentioned her too, though never seen her work for real before (except in the 20:20).
And Flora McLachlan - again, I've liked her prints without seeing them for real until now (though she might have been in the 20:20 too). Then there was Henrietta Corbett (wow!), Janet Dickson and Debby Mason (in particular her mezzotint dodo). I also liked Kevin Maddison's illustrative prints and Jane Walker's lovely colours (she shows at Rostra too).
There were more good prints but they were scattered hither and yon - these are the printmakers I remember best.
After that I wandered round Ulverston for a while, enjoying the many arches with rooms over (that always appeals) and tantalising glimpses of what lay beyond. Maybe not much, for all I know, but it's the hint, the half-promise, that's so attractive. There were flags/banners everywhere in the town - didn't investigate why, maybe it's always like that. Certainly colourful, and sort of festive. I found a lovely wool shop (Loopy) and a proper bookshop (Sutton's). By proper, I mean one with lots of little rooms and corners, and heaps and boxes of new and old books everywhere, and steep staircases to other floors. A feeling that the whole enterprise is living, breathing. You know, a proper bookshop.