Nature Study, Late Summer

Earlier in the year I was delighted to be asked by The Pallant House Gallery in Chichester to produce a new screen print to celebrate the opening of their latest exhibition, David Jones: Vision and Memory. I've written about the inspiration for this new six colour print in the latest Pallant House Gallery magazine, but you can find out… Read More

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Stopping by Woods

I'm pleased to announce the launch of my latest small wood engraving, Stopping By Woods. Inspired by a favourite Robert Frost poem, this wintry print makes use of a rather unusually shaped end grain block that I'd been waiting to find a use for. Find out more

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Moku-hanga

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As part of my curation of The Masters - Relief Prints at The Bankside Gallery I was pleased to see a number of prints made using the moku-hanga technique. Unlike many relief printmaking methods which make use of oil-based inks, this traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking technique uses water-based inks which are applied to the cut… Read More

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The Masters – Relief Prints

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Many thanks to everyone who came along to the opening of The Masters - Relief Prints, the first in a series of technique-specific annual exhibitions presented by the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. I've had the honour of curating this event which runs until the 15th of November 2015 at The Bankside Gallery, next to… Read More

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Saltmarsh, Morston

 I'm pleased to share details of my latest limited edition print, 'Saltmarsh, Morston'. This screen print is based on sketches made on the North Norfolk coastline on a sunny, breezy day, sitting on the saltmarsh amongst the sea campion and thrift, looking through the grass and flower stems. Across The Pit, a narrow stretch of… Read More

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Brick House

If you're familiar with the work of Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious you probably will know of the Brick House in Great Bardfield in Essex. This was their home, along with their wives, Charlotte and Tirzah, for a few years in the 1930s. The illustrator and printmaker, Alice Pattullo, has recently created an ingenious and… Read More

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