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 information about the project titled “Working Stone, Making Communities” can be found on the website.
I am very pleased to be taking part in this years Crafts Council COLLECT 2015 exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London. I will be on the Gallery TEN stand number 7.5 taking place from 08 May to the 11 May. For more information see the Crafts Council official site. You can also see details on the Gallery TEN site and on their E-catalogue.
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 benefit from each others company! There is also information on https://thelrc.wordpress.com/
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.