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Online portfolio and biography for Norwich artist and print maker Laurie Rudling. Online gallery, sale page, news and events attending together with contact details and enquiry form.
Jennifer Simpkinson saved to Art
I am John Bloor, part time print maker and part time graphic designer. The amount of time I get to spend on each depends entirely on whether I have work or not! Describe your printmaking process I always start by sketching in my book and at some point move onto the computer to develop the … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: John Bloor"
Leo Nguyen saved to Printing
John Bloor, printmaker, British printmaker, linocut, screenprints, linocut prints, Cornwall prints, original prints,
Nancy Schwarz saved to relief printing
Collagraph Prints My printmaking reflects my impressions of the natural landscapes surrounding my home and studio. Using intricate cutting and applied textures to my collagraph plates allows me to explore the structures and forms of native wildflowers and wildlife; isolating key elements and sections of the cycle of the seasons or the character of a familiar
Alma Sanbern saved to Printmaking
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Susan Ishige saved to Home
Venice Canal Picture, Signed Art Print, Watercolour Painting, Pencil Drawing, Venice Architecture, Italy Wall Decor, Venice Canal Bridges
"Venice signed print by artist Clare Caulfield. * Signed and titled \"Venetian Bridges\" in pencil on the front of the print just underneath the image. * This print is a reproduction taken from my original mixed media / watercolour painting * Printed on 128gsm Premium Matte Coated Inkjet White Paper using Canon inks * Image dimensions 18.4 x 25 cm (7.2\" x 9.8\") * A4 paper size 29.7 x 21 cm (11.7\" x 8.2\") * Open edition print signed & titled by the artist * Includes small white border aro
Black and white, mid century modern inspired, pen ink and gouache original art in illustration board. The best way to spend my Friday
Deborah Wigglesworth saved to Abstract