Warwickshire open studios

Like many events in 2020 Warwickshire open studios have been cancelled due to covid 19.
By now my exhibition would be in situ, so I thought I would share some of the pieces of work I’d have on display

Looking back & forwards into 2020

Looking back & forward.

As I look back on 2019 I believe my work has progressed, in the way I use paint and other mediums. I have made a concerted effort to work on a larger scale and feel I have been successful. I will still continue to work small too, I get a lot of pleasure from working at different scales. I’ve also been developing my etching skills and I am particularly enjoying dry point. I am intending to try collagraph printing and sugar lift when I next making a copper plate etching. My motivation in all scenarios is mark making and the different qualities I can achieve..

As well as progress in my work I  have also been involved in more art exhibitions and events and hope to continue building on these in 2020. My next project is an exhibition at Rugby Museum & Art Gallery, where I will be showing alongside Gordon Connell

Some of the work I’ve sold this year


New skills.

I have been learning how to etch and use dry point. Great fun!

 

 

‘The ebb & flow.’
Copperplate etching.
10 x 12 inches mounted.


‘The ebb & flow of the tide.’
Dry point etching.
9″ x 9″ mounted.

‘The rhythm of the tide.’
Dry point etching.
9″ x 9″ mounted.

‘The tide’s turn.’
Mezzoprint.