Our Highland studio

Earlier in the year we were visited by our friends from Country Living, along with our photographer and friend Cristian Barnett. Some of Cristian's photographs appeared in the April issue of Country Living but several more are published in Country Living Modern Rustic which is available from magazine stands now. Cristian also made this short… Read More

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Ravilious

I was lucky enough to attend the opening of the major show of work by Eric Ravilious at Dulwich Picture Gallery, curated by James Russell, but the show deserved a second visit at a slightly quieter time. I’ve always found Ravilious' work totally absorbing, whether his watercolours (which are the focus of this exhibition), his… Read More

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A Natural Selection – new watercolours

 I'm pleased to be exhibiting a series of 18 new watercolours at The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh from 1st to 30th May 2015. Christina Jansen, director of The Scottish Gallery, explains: "We are delighted to present Angie Lewin’s first solo exhibition with The Scottish Gallery. She is best known as a designer and printmaker whose sensitive… Read More

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Rena Gardiner

Our friends at Little Toller are soon to publish the first book about the artist and printmaker Rena Gardiner (1929-1999). "Rena Gardiner dedicated her life to her art, doing so alone in a thatched cottage in the heart of Dorset. Combining the great tradition of British topographic artists with the rich era of autolithography of… Read More

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Country Living

I was delighted to be asked by Country Living magazine to create a mug to celebrate their 30th anniversary. This limited edition mug has been handmade and hand decorated by Burleigh at Middleport Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent. The mug features on the cover of the magazine's April 2015 issue and inside you'll find a feature on our… Read More

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Nostalgia & Progress

I was delighted to be asked to take part in the 'Nostalgia & Progress: Illustration After the Second World War' exhibition at The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery in Leeds. The exhibition explores the history of British book illustration in a fertile period after the Second World War. This era was marked not only by technological… Read More

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