Fun to be back in the City & Guilds print room for a few days, where I’ve been processing the plates that I made in whilst in the Arctic.
Posts Tagged: print making
After my recent residency at The National Maritime Museum I was invited to write a follow-up blog post about the experience. You can read it below or find it on the NMM website here. The National Maritime Museum are currently changing the RE·THINK space before we start looking at Migration from tomorrow (5 June). Before the new space opens, we… Read more »
This autumn I am thrilled to be a part of Painter Printmakers, the launch exhibition of RA Art Sales at the Royal Academy – a new initiative where limited editions and unique works are available for sale onsite or online. Showcased in the Keeper’s House, the exhibition includes work by twelve internationally renowned painters-printmakers such… Read more »
I spent a few days making monotypes for the first time under the guidance of the master print-maker Zhané Warren at Warren Editions in Cape Town. Hooked on the medium and what a treat to work with a view of Table Mountain!
Photos from the Oceana Junior Council launch at Phillips Auction House, Curated by Stitch Projects, London.
Winter sun in Printroom 506 – working on my new Rocks and Light series.
Catching up on some Print Editions !
Really proud to have been selected as one of 12 artists to take part in the 16th annual Postgraduate Printmaking Show at Clifford Chance. The exhibition shows the work of artists who have completed their postgraduate studies this year at London’s arts schools . Presented as a flood of impressions, my display explores themes of instability, undoing… Read more »
Great fun to ‘sneak’ into an Oxford University Summer Ball, where I was asked to create trace monotype portraits of the guests.