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December linocut workshops and exhibitions in Margate and London

I have lots of linocut workshops, exhibitions and other events coming up in Margate and London in the next few weeks. This weekend I’m running linocut printing workshops at Turner Contemporary and Fort’s Cafe. Then next week it’s the East London Printmakers open studio in Hackney followed by my pop-up Anti-Christmas Shop and Satan’s Grotto […]

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Sky Arts features Linocutboy

It’s a very short clip but if you stay alert you will spot me inking up my Crazy Horse linocut in my Margate studio. A film crew from Sky Arts interviewed me a couple of weeks ago but obviously decided I had nothing interesting to say (fair enough, really)! There are some nice shots of […]

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New Year, new linocut projects

As I begin my first calendar year in Margate I thought I’d write a quick post about my plans for world linocut domination in 2012. To set the scene here is a lovely shot from Margate beach of the Harbour Arm and Turner Contemporary. Having established that Margate is, indeed, a lovely and exciting place […]

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Pushing Print open submission exhibition

Deadline for submissions Monday 22nd August, 5pm This year I am involved in helping to organise Pushing Print, a festival of printmaking in Margate, Kent. As well as an open submission exhibition there will be talks and workshops and a giant steam roller printing event in Margate Old Town. The exhibition is open to all […]

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Linocutboy goes to Margate

Well, I’m leaving London to set up a print studio by the sea. I’m investigating Hastings and Margate and so far both seem like good options – lots of artistic activity and cheap property. I’ve spent the last two weeks around Margate, meeting like-minded people and seeing what it has to offer. Of course there […]

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