linocut prints & printmaking
Canvas print. Acid free permanent ink. 21st June 2016
There is also a drawing to this on acid free card. A4 . Permanent Inks.
Have you ever seen a cat without whiskers? Well, my Ali cat at home has such fine whiskers,
that they are not easily noticeable. So I drew her without them at all.
So much so, you cannot see them at all… 🙂
Series of 3 cutaway linocut prints each on acid-free card. January, 2016
There is nothing like a beautiful linocut print, being so unique and individual.
Never any one the same.
Linocut print. ink on acid-free card. January 2016
Inspired by the flowers in the garden at night as the moon’s rays highlight and shadow them.
Drawing manipulation print for poster image. 18th July, 2015
Another conceptual piece about bullying and the sadness behind
the scenes associated with these mixed up angry bullies- to others, and to themselves.
Image for poster print. Drawing manipulation.
Conceptual work in regards to organic owners dying, and silver wedding vases just keep on keeping on.
There’s something to think about in that.
Drawing manipulation for poster print. 12th July, 2015
I do not know what I would do without my son, when I broke my leg early 2015.
Love did come in a Nick of time. Does love really do that?
Drawing on acid free card, then digitally enhanced with visual graphic embellishments.
10th October, 2010
This work was advertised in, and made for a leading Art magazine to advertise for over 50’s artists to become a co operative in venturing with group projects.
Unfortunately, most were busy with grandchildren, and the verve that was needed to reinforce
this practical concept was greatly hindered by this fact. Fortunately though, I realised that not everyone my age
still gets buzzed by the thought of art making!
Print on Acid-Free Paper. Circa 2007
This wallpaper was made some years after uni days, from photographs of me
doing Performance Work for a show in my uni days.
I was singing and performing to ‘Send In The Clowns’ of which the concept was the challenging of age vs. brains.
Two linocut prints on raw canvas. 2006
I actually carved these ones at home in the interest
of doing something interesting, historically.
Acid-free paper, treated with ink and paint.
The concept of this wallpaper was to have it look like a ‘cave’ appearance in visual design.
My bedroom is my ‘cave’ to just be in.