Category Archive: Printing

Humpty Dumpty goes to New York

I’ve had a few commissions that have kept me busy recently, amongst them a rather interesting illustration project. The Elephant Family is famous for parading large herds of colourful painted elephants across London and in… Continue reading

Group Show: The New & Old East London Group at the Town House

It’s rather appropriate that my long overdue post revisits the last. Summer was a busy whirlwind of relocating and changing jobs, and it has taken me a long time to settle back into… Continue reading

Nobly Bright: show now open!

York Minster towers It’s been a long day hanging and labelling in the Refectory at Southwark Cathedral… Here are a few more pictures to give you a taste. Of course my measly pixellated… Continue reading

Forthcoming show: Nobly Bright

I am very pleased to share a preview of a few of my pictures from my forthcoming solo show ‘Nobly Bright’ at Southwark cathedral. The show will be open from 26th September till… Continue reading

In Print… and Drawathon update

As a budding artist/illustrator (who’s still a part-time student!) it’s very exciting to see yourself (well, yourself as embedded in your drawings) in print. The crisp pages, the smell of ink, the marks… Continue reading

Ink and Light

I’ve been advertising my own Christmas cards here (around 200 sold though, very chuffed to think my pictures have made their way through letter boxes all over the country) for weeks so I… Continue reading

The Town Mouse and friends at Sunday (Up)Market, Spitalfields

A couple of months ago I sounded out the idea of trying out a stall in Spitalfields with two of my friends. This Sunday the three of us woke early to carry boxes… Continue reading

Claude at the National Gallery

Since the busy September show I’ve relocated my studio to my garage. Now equipped with lights, a heater, a big desk, shelves, even a rug, it’s surprisingly cosy. Now I have the space,… Continue reading

Lino-cutting… Endings, and Beginnings

The last time I tried lino-cutting I was about fifteen, and spent an afternoon splicing up my fingers with half-blunt cutters (the cheap red ones), or having the cutter slip and slide over… Continue reading

Ink and Trees

Following my last post it’s been another week, another lesson out-and-about, another bash at the dreaded trees… but a different type of monoprint. The last method was fun but messy, involving tubs, brushes,… Continue reading

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