My new book is now available to buy – 144 pages and over 100 prints chronicling 15 long years of linocutting! Only £25 plus p&p. Buy now while stocks last!
I have a rare artist’s proof of my linocut ‘Going Underground’ in the Eames Fine Art Secret Bid Auction. The numbered edition sold out some time ago and this framed copy will be available to view (and to bid on!) during the evening of Wednesday 13 July 2016 and from then on until Sunday 17 July2016.
Here’s the link if you’d like to take a look:
I’ve just taken a proof of the first block of my new linocut – the view from the footbridge at Wandsworth Road train station, looking north towards the river.
I’ve been thinking about this one for a while now – I absolutely love these great sweeps of train tracks.
Sadly we won’t be able to see this view of Battersea Power Station for much longer as some much needed ‘luxury’ flats are being built all around the back of it, obscuring it forever.
London is changing so rapidly that between two of my sketching trips, they took down the gas holder. I sometimes feel I’m documenting a disappearing world…
My Autumn Newsletter is out now – look at it here and marvel at the wonders within (well, not really, unless you include the offer of free tickets to the Affordable Art Fair):
Paintings currently on show at Cambridge Contemporary Art include (from top) Early Morning, City Life, London Calling, and Saturday, all oil on linen.
Image shown is December, a linocut of people skating outside Somerset House in London. Try it sometime …..
Karen Keogh, a fellow artist at Half Moon Studio, is Featured Artist at Greenwich Printmakers at the moment.
(1a Greenwich Market, London SE10 9HZ Tel: 020 8858 1569)
She will be showing lots of framed and unframed work so come along – it’s on until Sunday 13th September.
The image shown is Burnt River and is a three-plate etching.