Some simple experiments in monoprinted landscapes, using transfer method. First one is oil pastel on tissue paper, transferred to printing paper. Second one, same media, picks up some detailed texture from the creases in the tissue paper. Third one (most successful) is oil-based printing ink on thin computer paper.
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).
I will be exhibiting some of my “Sussex” linocuts at the Sussex Art Collective exhibition. www.sussexartscollective.com
Hop Art Gallery (at the Star Brewery), Fisher Street, Lewes BN7 1YJ
28 November – 20 December 2015
Open every day: Tuesday – Saturday 10.30 – 17.00; Sunday and Monday 12.00 – 16.00
Lewes Late Night Shopping: Thursday 3 Dec 18.00 – 20.00
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.