This is my first ever limited (variable) edition print run. It’s a drypoint etching in perspex.
I was struggling with trying to find ways to play with three-dimensional form on the two-dimensional printmaking surface, a recalled (read more…)
More drypoint and linocut experiments focused on trying to separate line, value and colour from form.
Here’s the result of the latest Island Art Group seascape painting workshop led by our Chairman, Mike Linford, together with (read more…)
Experiments with dry point etching on perspex.
This is my latest painting of Paul Jennings. It’s an attempt to reflect on some of the fascinating discussions we’ve (read more…)
I’m currently re-reading ‘The Cubist Epoch’ by Douglas Cooper (Phaidon) and I can’t stop thinking of the following passage relating (read more…)