Three printmakers share their appreciation of the natural world, working in five different print processes.
Susan Wheeler‘s work is based on drawings done when out walking or in her garden. These drawings are translated into the more exacting language of the linocut that results in a decorative quality.
Manja Scott enjoys finding new ways of combining different printing methods; in dry point, carborundum, linocut, intaglio or monoprint. Whether the subject matter is figurative or abstract, Manja keeps spontaneity flowing from the beginning to the end of making the print.
Lizzie Wheeler‘s prints are about the way a place makes her feel. Her work combines monoprint, etching, and linoprint, to evoke these feelings through a lively interplay of colour, texture and line.
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