Filed under: Alps, art fair, artist, hand printed, Rabley Gallery, Sadie Tierney, Star Wheel Etching Press, woodcut, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair | Comment (0)
Last week I had a very engaging IGTV online talk with Curator Lizzie Glendinning from Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair. The discussion was part of their ‘In the Frame’ series, and covered many topics including the importance of art through the pandemic, culminating in me running a plate through the star wheeled etching press I have […]
Filed under: Art Exhibition, artist, hand printed, lithograph, Sadie Tierney, Star Wheel Etching Press | Comments (2)
Some new lithographs.. Top to bottom, Notre Dame (from the series “50 Towers”), 36×28 cm, kitchen lithography with hand colouring, edition of 8 Le Mont-Saint-Michel (from the series “50 Towers”), 28×36 cm, kitchen lithography, monoprint and hand colouring, edition of 7 Nelson’s Column (from the series “50 Towers”), 36×28 cm, kitchen lithography with hand colouring, […]
Filed under: artist, Claire Sambrook, Creating Balance Project, hand printed, Portsmouth, Portsmouth University, printmaking, Sadie Tierney, Star Wheel Etching Press, Strong Island | Comment (0)
Neal Layton and I are very excited to be participating in the Creating Balance Project: a new, collaborative project with Anglepoise®, Strong Island & The University of Portsmouth celebrating a design classic and local creativity in Portsmouth. 10 artists/designers have been twinned with 10 photographers and an Anglepoise® light. We’ve been teamed up with photographers Gemma and Philippa from […]
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…printing monoprint layer backgrounds for a new series of lithographs. The floor vinyl is working well as an alternative blanket.
Filed under: Beyond Dickens, Drypoint, Portsmouth University, Sadie Tierney, Star Wheel Etching Press | Comment (1)
… making an artist’s book for a show Beyond Dickens curated by Ros Simms from Portsmouth University. The brief is to respond to a book by Charles Dickens – I chose “the Chimes” – written and published in 1844 – the same year as my star wheel etching press was made!