Jay Seabrook

Jay Seabrook I am a printmaker living and working in Rutland. I produce small limited edition runs of collagraph prints with watercolour detail. My work often features hard to reach, remote places which perhaps could not exist. I am always trying to evoke a feeling of escape from daily life. I love [...]

Jay Seabrook2022-01-19T20:48:52+00:00

Anthony Ratcliffe

Anthony Ratcliffe The artist is now a fulltime printmaker after retiring from a senior lecturer post at Manchester School of Art, he was born in South Yorkshire and has always based his work around an exploration of British landscape. The images are developed from sketchbook drawings made on site and enriched by [...]

Anthony Ratcliffe2022-01-19T20:37:11+00:00

Dorothy Ramsay

Dorothy Ramsay When I went to Sunderland Art College at the age of 16, I fell in love with printmaking. I then went to Camberwell School of Art and specialised in Etching and Lithography. While I brought up my 3 children, I became a weaver for 18 years at Wetheriggs Pottery where [...]

Dorothy Ramsay2020-02-20T21:49:55+00:00

Ian Phillips

Ian Phillips A chance encounter with a book of ‘Hiroshige’s 53 stages of the Tokaido’ woodcut prints, whilst studying Illustration at Leicester Polytechnic, seduced me into the world of relief print from which I’ve never escaped. I've been trying to catch the delicate sensibilities of seasonal weather and the dramatic natural compositions [...]

Ian Phillips2020-02-20T21:47:43+00:00

Babs Pease

Babs Pease I live on a small farm in Clackmannanshire, overlooking the beautiful Devon Valley with the backdrop of the dramatic Ochil Hills. It is this landscape, it’s flora and fauna and the amazing changes of light that are a constant inspiration to me. The mediums I work in include a number [...]

Babs Pease2020-02-20T21:45:31+00:00

Mark Pearce

Mark Pearce Mark trained at Carlisle College of Art and then The Norwich School of Art. As a graphic designer Mark had a successful career as creative director of his own brand identity consultancy in London. Mark now lives and works in Ravenglass, West Cumbria creating limited edition reduction linocuts as well [...]

Mark Pearce2020-02-20T21:43:06+00:00

Jane Mowat

Jane Mowat I have been fascinated by wood for many years, and its potential to tell a story. The knots, the pattern of the grain, and the shape of the tree guide my thoughts as I draw on the surface, looking for characters that might say something to us. There might be [...]

Jane Mowat2020-02-20T21:40:52+00:00

Gregory Moore

Gregory Moore I was introduced to printmaking whilst studying at Belfast Art College in the early 1980s and after a career in graphic design and teaching I was keen to start printing again. Over thirty years later I enrolled on a refresher etching course at The Glasgow Print Studio and shortly afterwards [...]

Gregory Moore2022-01-19T20:45:22+00:00

Moira McTague

Moira McTague Working from her studio in rural North Yorkshire, etching mainly on copper plate, Moira is inspired by her connection to the land. Her prints often take the form of intimate insights into the larger landscape. Work is based on close observation and it is important for her to work from [...]

Moira McTague2020-02-20T21:35:35+00:00

Alec McIntosh

Alex McIntosh ‘I am an artist and a printmaker living and working in the North East of England. I studied printmaking during a degree in Fine Art at Manchester Metropolitan university and during a MA, also in Fine Art, at UCLan (University of Central Lancashire).In my work I try to capture the essence [...]

Alec McIntosh2021-01-06T22:32:50+00:00
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