Laine Tomkinson

I’d describe my practice as paintly abstraction, I use vibrant colour and dynamic forms- creating an artwork is a response to everything I love, the natural world, music, and the joy of being human. Recently I have been experimenting – making one- off prints that combine many differing print-based techniques, for example; mono-printing curved lines over a screen-print to develop sensuality and depth, or using collaged cut up registration acetates to invert and play with the printmaking process. “The artist is pushing forward with both structure, form and the sophisticated use of colour, a most satisfying show from an artist who is maturing into a very distinctive voice” Professor David Manley

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