Following Liverpool Print Fair last weekend I’m now adding all the new limited edition hand-made linocuts, wood engravings and digital prints I’ve been working on recently.
Lindeth Tower Garden
This was a fun exercise in brevity and abstraction – taking a complex view of a walled-garden with many kinds of trees and shrubs – as well as a Victorian folly – and reducing it to a limited palette on a small scale.
Printed on 100% cotton rag Khadi paper made for much variation.
The edition is limited to 15 prints and is available now in the Print Shop.
I was long overdue depicting one of my favourite ancient sites. This is a view of the Cove at Avebury – a complex within a complex. Carved in lemonwood and around 6cm wide, this is now available in an edition of 50.
Find this in the Print Shop.
linocut from the Invisible Cities series
This is the first of the cities from Italo Calvino’s novel that I chose to try and describe.
Dorothea is a city precious in the memory of those who pass through it, and I wanted to capture something of how those memories are carried back into the wild.
The edition is limited to 20 prints.
digital print from the Invisible Cities series
The second city in my series, this was created digitally following plain old pencil sketching. Sophronia is a city with an interesting custom of separating along surprising lines. A reduction woodcut of this subject will also soon be available online.
Sophronia I digital print in the Print Shop
Still to come
There’s still some new limited editions – more from the Invisible Cities and a short edition of my homage to 1980s handheld gaming, which will be added to the shop over the next week or two.