THEN I came across this print by Jim Anderson that stood out because it was so bright and because it looked kind of like a 1930's book cover - like a more colourful Bawden or Ravilious print. I liked it.
I was in my workshop on Wednesday and I began printing with some of the first linocuts I made just over five years ago. One in particular I enjoyed working with was a little blackbird. It occurred to me that the only reason I had made that blackbird in the first place (sad story alert) […]
I spend a lot of time thinking about artists like Eric Ravilious. I compare my day-to-day creative life with people like him. I did even before I went to this exhibition at the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne. Ravilious was a Sussex-based printmaker (amongst other mediums), who engraved over 400 illustrations and drew over 40 lithographic […]