I have produced a new design ‘Fishing boat and gulls’ inspired by my drawings made on location at Hastings beach. My design has been hand screen printed in two colours onto 100% cotton tea towels. I’m really pleased with the quality of the cotton and the print. The tea towel measures 48cm x 78cm and there is also a handy loop for hanging.
If you’re interested in purchasing, please visit the Jerwood gallery shop in Hastings and/or The Avocet gallery in Rye.
Alternatively please follow the link here or email me.
Whilst taking part in the Lewes Artwave, I’ve been printing my new linocut in 6 colours. The image measures 29.5 x 37cm.
I’m happy to report that Emma Mason is now selling a selection of my etchings, linocuts and screenprints.
Emma Mason has a wonderful gallery in Eastbourne and specialises in original, limited edition prints by printmakers working from the post war period to the present day.
Whilst in Holland, I worked on a few linocuts. Now back in the UK, I went to the Ink Spot Press in Brighton and printed two of them. It’s great because they have a hydraulic relief press. Press a button and it does all the work so you don’t have to! Now I can concentrate on mixing the inks and registering the artwork without building up too much of a sweat. Here are the prints ‘Cafe in Copenhagen’ and ‘Walking in the Jordaan’ drying in the rack. I’ll be including them in my exhibition in november.
This week, I’ve been having fun printing colour linocuts at the Ink Spot Press, Brighton. I also proofed a new screen print.
I’m looking forward to taking part in the Brighton Open Houses which open in May. More info to follow. . .
I’ve also been exhibiting my linocuts and screenprints at The Patisserie, Lewes.