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About Me

Art for me is an escape from my day to day role in business. Lately, my inspiration has come from the Grosvenor School of Modern Art; the British Art School founded by printmakers and linocut artists such as Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews in 1925. The illustrations and other works of Edward Bawden as well as Lino cuts from the 30’s through the 50’s.

My subjects are mainly local, West London, locations and I use scalpel and woodcutting tools to cut lino blocks. All my prints are hand printed using multiple registered plates or reduction prints.

Production of each subject is limited but I do use different colour ways to provide an alternative look and feel to the same subject.

The future direction for me is to continue with alternate subjects and measured levels of abstraction, using multiple colour ways and layered hues.