Jo McChesney

Jo McChesney Jo McChesney specialised in print after graduating from Bath Academy of Art in 1985. She travelled to Japan to study Japanese woodblock printmaking, and combines her knowledge of traditional Japanese printing techniques with a distinctly western approach to image making. Seasonal change in the natural world is the source of [...]

Jo McChesney2020-02-20T21:30:21+00:00

Jenny McCabe

Jenny McCabe Jenny McCabe is a printmaker based in Lancaster where she works and teaches at Ironpress printmaking studio. Jenny works with metal plate etchings and cuts out shapes from the plates by hand, layering up multiple elements to create one larger print. Her work always starts with drawing and an excitement [...]

Jenny McCabe2020-02-20T21:28:18+00:00

Gail Mason

Gail Mason Exuberant gestural painterly monotypes full of movement, weather, air and space. Sensitive colour is used to explore the emotional landscape through imagined and unseen places. Aiming to offer a sense of perspective, invite reflection and utilise the restorative and hopeful aspects of nature. Capitalising on the chance mark, and working [...]

Gail Mason2020-02-20T21:23:25+00:00

Sarah Mander

Sarah Mander After completing a Masters' Degree in Printmaking at Wimbledon SOA Sarah co-founded Red Hot Press print workshop in Southampton in 2004. Sarah takes her inspiration from man-made objects and industrial and technological heritage. Her work can be abstract dealing with concepts of technology. It can also focus in on objects, [...]

Sarah Mander2022-03-31T10:13:01+00:00

Penny Hunt

Penny Hunt Penny is always drawn to water, painting directly by the side of waterfalls or on the shoreline inspired by texture and atmosphere. The roadside verges this year have also been a huge inspiration, wildlife corridors crossing the countryside and so important to our biodiversity. Back in the studio these are [...]

Penny Hunt2020-02-20T21:16:45+00:00

Joanna Bourne

Joanna Bourne Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, living close to the Town Moor, parks and allotments which provide much of the inspiration for her prints.  She is interested in the places where urban life and the natural world meet, glimpsed moments in time and the changing times of the year. Woodgrain forms [...]

Joanna Bourne2022-04-27T22:30:07+00:00

James Green

James Green I have specialised in linocut and screen-print for the past sixteen years. My work is based around several areas; abstraction, surreal donkey compositions, landscapes and wildlife. For the last two years I have been focussing a lot on my series of surreal compositions that feature donkeys. The images are my [...]

James Green2022-01-19T20:42:49+00:00

Janis Goodman

Janis Goodman I produce blue-lack etchings of birds, landscape and urban configurations. My prints are preoccupied with patterns made by the built environment and how these contrast with organic forms. The pictures are small narratives; in which different elements meet and interact. The choice of subject matter is visceral – I get [...]

Janis Goodman2022-01-19T20:34:55+00:00

Sarah Garforth

Sarah Garforth Sarah trained in graphic design at the University of Northumbria in the early 90’s and in her early career established herself as a painter. In 2017 a grant funded project through Nidderdale Visual Arts gave her the opportunity to develop an aspect of her professional practice. The Nidd’s Source and [...]

Sarah Garforth2020-02-20T21:07:44+00:00

Richard Foster

Richard Foster A Cumbrian based printmaker, living close to the Lake District hills and overlooking the expanses of Morecambe Bay. Although the landscape of northern England informs much of Richard’s work, it is the less obviously picturesque aspects of Cumbria that have the most resonance. The intention is to celebrate the places we [...]

Richard Foster2022-01-24T17:01:54+00:00
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