Tag Archives: Hemingwayart

Linoleum: The Cutting Edge exhibition of linocuts

The exhibition of linocuts I curated opened last night at HemingwayArt, Oxford. We had a great turnout and there was a huge amount of interest in the work which was very gratifying after all our efforts! Here are a few photos… Left: Victoria Browne. Right: Bill Fick Wine waiting to be guzzled Prints by Peter […]

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Linoleum exhibition at HemingwayArt Oxford

Linoleum: The Cutting Edge, an exhibition of linocut prints, animation and other lino-based art opens tomorrow at HemingwayArt gallery, Oxford. I’ve spent the last three days hanging framed prints, formatting videos and installing Mark Andrew Webber‘s piece which hangs across the ceiling of one of the gallery rooms. Mark Andrew Webber with his installation Other […]

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Linoleum: The Cutting Edge – Bill Fick prints

These stunning linocuts arrived in the post last week from Bill Fick. They are for Linoleum: The Cutting Edge, an exhibition of large-scale linocuts and animations at HemingwayArt next month. The prints are bigger than they look in the photo – that’s an A0 size planchest they’re sitting on! Can’t wait to get them framed […]

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Steve Edwards – etched lino prints

My friend Steve Edwards has been making etching lino prints for a number of years. By applying caustic paste to the linoleum with brushes, cotton buds and other tools he is able to create a wide range of textures and marks. When I visited East London Printmakers studio yesterday he was working on some new […]

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Coming soon – bigger and better linocut exhibition!

Things are gearing up nicely for the third installment of the touring linocut exhibition I have put together. Linoleum – The Cutting Edge will be on show at HemingwayArt in Oxfordshire from 14 – 29 April. This is the latest incarnation of BIG ASS Linocuts and Linomations, which showed at Pie Factory in Margate and […]

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