Selected for this years RSA Open Exhibition one of “The Collectors Axes” prints, titled “Pool Stone” currently being shown in the Orkney Museum as part of the “Conversations with Magic Stones” exhibiton. RSA runs until 01.10.17 at the RSA Edinburgh. Orkney Exhibition until 30.09.17
Now complete the last in the print editions for the Orkney Stone Tool project. This is the largest of the prints. This eight colour screenprinted image measures 60 x 35 cms approximately and will be available in the project exhibitions “Conversations with Magic Stones” from mid June to late September 2017.
Another new set of prints for the “Orkney Stone Tools” project. These are all based on archival material from a variety of sources, all connected with the project. Some museum imagery, some site drawing, photography and autographic layers, all combining to create a single image. Hopefully giving a sense of the multi-layered contextual quality of […]
After a considerable break from making prints I have managed to get back into production over the last few months. Mostly due to creating a set of new prints for a forth coming exhibition in Orkney. Based around Orkney Stone Tools this suite of three drypoint etchings all have some context with stone tools. More […]
Pair of images from the Isle of Erraid off the South West tip of Mull in a fantastic spot called “Tinkers Hole”. This is a pair of Fuji Archive C-Prints.
New solo show at the Ryedale Folk Museum in Hutton-le-Hole is now open. The exhibition titled “A Hidden Landscape” runs till the 21st of July. This is the first time I have shown both print and glass works alongside each other in this way and I am pleased with the results. They both seem to […]
New Prints for the Ryedale show now completed. A suite of six prints made using a combination of etching, drypoint, Japanese woodblock and carborundum techniques. The title for the prints is “Boundary” and will be numbered as a variable edition.
I have just completed a print for this years 20:20 print exchange run by The Hot Bed Studios in Manchester. It is a Japanese Woodblock print in the required edition of 25 and of course is 20 cm x 20 cm!
New screen print for the “Archaeoprint” show is based on data and photographs from the Sheriffside excavation in East Lothian. Carried out last year by Rampart Scotland.
These are the first in a new series of prints for my forthcoming exhibition – ARCHAEOPRINT a hidden landscape. They combine various print techniques which are layered together to create the final image, these include; screen print, etching, drypoint and carborundum.