Monthly archive: April 2010

Linocut workshop at Kaleid

The weekend before last I ran a free drop-in workshop at Kaleid in East London. Kaleid is a project set up by Victoria Browne to showcase artists’ books and promote books as an artform. The workshop followed on from my exhibition in the Kaleid gallery in September. Each participant was invited to create a section […]

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FREE drop-in linocut workshop in London this weekend

This weekend I will be running a free drop-in linocut workshop at KALEID in East London. Participants will each create a section of an animal in the manner of an exquisite corpse. The different body sections will then be joined together in a concertina book to create one long fabulous beast. Each participant will get […]

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New Dinosaur print – work in progress

This is my latest linocut, the largest so far. It is of a Tyrannosaurus Rex holding a handbag. I drew the design directly onto the lino using a real life photo as a reference. The details developed as I went along. This close-up of the lino shows the carving on the body. The design wasn’t […]

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