Last week I visited The Gallery at Norwich University of The Arts where Ana Maria Pacheco is exhibiting prints and a sculpture. She has artwork on display at several other venues around Norwich, including Norwich Cathedral, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery and The Cathedral of St John the Baptist. I had not come acrossContinue reading “Ana Maria Pacheco at The Gallery at NUA”
Want to see some of my first goes at printmaking? Then head over to Instagram for Throwback Thursday!
The other week, whilst showing my sister how to linocut, I made a simple Valentine’s card with a pink poodle on it (not much to do with Valentine’s I know!) I have been working on a few projects over the last couple of weeks, which I am hoping to be able show you soon, oneContinue reading “Pink Poodle Linocut”
The other week I taught my sister how to linocut. We decided to make Valentine cards and even with her incredibly long nails she managed this! Not bad for a first go I think!
Over the holidays I was asked to make a linocut of a seahorse. I used a reduction method to create this print.
A couple of months ago I visited The Polar Museum in Cambridge. Admittedly, I did not think I would be that interested in a museum about polar exploration, but I was very wrong! I did the audio tour, which I think it made more enjoyable and would recommend doing it if you have the time.Continue reading “A Visit To The Polar Museum”
I got an honourable mention in Jackson’s Art Linocut Christmas card photo competition. Read about it on the Jackson’s Art blog.
At the weekend I received Random Spectacular Two, a publication by St Judes. It is a beautiful book full of wonderful printmaking and illustration as well as insightful articles on topics such as music and travel. The cover was designed by Jonny Hannah and features work by Angie Lewin, Mark Hearld, Ed Kluz, Emily SuttonContinue reading “Random Spectacular Two”
I created a linocut of a dog wearing a Christmas jumper for a Christmas card design. I actually entered it into Jackson’s Art Supplies linocut Christmas card competition and although I did not win I received a £5 voucher for my efforts!