Printmaking - a-n The Artists Information Company
Venue:Leo Baeck College Library
From:June 20, 2019
To:July 31, 2019
Here’s the plan for what I’ll be making for the commission. It’s emerged quite slowly. I’m generally surprised at the amount of time it takes me to develop work. I spend equal amounts of thinking and making. My process is […]
“Our vision of the future is a FRICTIONLESS SOCIETY – where your face is your secure method of triggering other multiple day to day events. There will be no requirement for keys to enter your house, space facility or car, […]
I guess there was a certain amount of beginner’s luck with my first ever cyanotype made from a quick and rough drawing on acetate last week. The fact that it was raining and there wasn’t much sun was maybe a […]
So, despite the rain and overcast sky, the members of the Dover Print Club were determined to make cyanotypes so that’s what we did. It was a huge amount of fun especially as we were very inexperienced apart from 2 […]
I have two small prints in Small Print at The Horsebridge Arts Centre in Whitstable. The exhibition runs until 17 June.
This week I printed a series of photopolymers and monotypes onto a light weight Kozo paper. The plan was to layer up similar and the same images, but shifted, looking for the liminal portrait. A portrait that both ‘is’ and […]
A selection of recommended shows, including: Rhona Mühlebach testing parameters of video installation at Intermedia, CCA Glasgow; Zoë Power’s bold printmaking at That Art Gallery, Bristol; parasitical perspectives with Rod Dillon and Jen Southern at University of Dundee’s LifeSpace.
I love the texture of wood, and have been exploring using the grain of different timbers to create texture prints. This is my latest print, exploring English Ash wood.
I have lost one artist from the studio so decided to experiment with a new print club in the studio – not for etching or anything like that, mainly monotypes, some small scale screen printing, lino prints and so on…. […]
Panopticon .. that’s a new word for me. It is satisfying to say and particularly in the context of the area of automatic facial recognition (AFR), gratifying to learn about. I was drawn to the Wikipedia page on the Panopticon […]
I spent Tuesday morning making my face into its own dot-to-dot drawing. Using this diagram as a guide (taken from the Wonderworks Museum information panel), I drew dots on my face that align with its form and structure. Places such […]
The new building in the Fountainbridge area of the city more than doubles the space of the organisation’s previous home, providing improved printmaking facilities, two public galleries, print archive, a shop and café, plus a flat for residency participants.
A commission with University of Exeter to make new work under the theme of “Urgency”. This blog records my working process, thinking & reflection.
Stratum is a research and development project investigating the intersection of traditional Fine art practice and immersive digital technologies.
I have been going through some of my mono prints and realise that they are not quite enough on their own, so I have been working over them, which I also realise is what a lot of printmakers do… While […]
I guess it’s time to make Easter cards – a bit late maybe but they seem to be drying. Water-based inks can be very very slow to dry. As well as cutting up “failed” works for cards, seasonal card-making is […]
Craig is one of the two people behind dizzy ink, probably the most prolific artistic enterprise in Nottingham at the moment. Dizzy ink is a printing and printmaking service. What sets them apart is the use of risographs. A risograph […]
A selection of drawings from a series of ‘books in a day’. These images come from a book of weather and are connected in spirit to the wind drawings that I have been making since 2014.
A blog documenting my experiences studying an MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
I had a great but tiring day at Canterbury Cathedral last Monday (25 April)* The talk gave a good general background to plants at the Cathedral and beyond and I was so pleased to see the historical global connections for […]
By researching empty retail environments, lecture halls and male-dominated architecture Euphrosyne Andrews combines printmaking and drawing with installation and catalogue production, to explore human behaviour. Richard Taylor finds out more.
Woodblock print of a Fish.