Linocut: three small (9cm square) blocks, first block (background) monoprinted, then second and third blocks printed on top. Variable inking; variation in print quality semi-intended: caused by hand pressure (instead of using the press).
Linocut, 8 x 8 cm
Printing again. It’s been a long time. Three small blocks: key block in black; another for the blue and pink; another with just yellow and red.
Two of my linocuts have been accepted for the Royal Society of British Artists exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London: 17 March – 2 April (includes Easter weekend).
Linocut, 18 x 18 cm.
A new linocut, at last.
Another corner of the city of London. This is the view looking west from the “Gherkin” on St Mary’s Axe. In the middle: the church of St Helen’s Bishopsgate, dating from the 12th century. In the distance: the “NatWest” tower, now called “Tower 42”, built in the 1970s.
This print will be exhibited in the New English Art Club Open exhibition at the Mall Galleries, 18 – 27 June 2015.