I’ve always been creative and I’ve dabbled in lots of techniques in the past. When I graduated from a Design: Crafts degree in 2004 I was making and selling silver jewellery and I also painted. I happened across the reduction lino technique in 2010 and I’ve not really looked back. I’ve been a full-time professional … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Alexandra Buckle"
I work mainly in relief print, both Lino and woodcut, I actually use Marley vinyl floor tiles in place of Lino, I like the way it cuts and I can easily jigsaw shapes together. I carve into lime wood blocks which is very easy to carve and I love the rasp it makes as … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Angie Mitchell"
My name is Rob Luckins I’m a printmaker and commercial photographer. I make screen prints, letterpress and linocuts under the name Triffid. My inspiration comes from 1950’s television shows and packaging. I love old tin toys, model kits and the 1950’s view of what the future would look like. Describe your printmaking process. My printmaking … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Rob Luckins"
I am a painter and printmaker. I have experimented with pretty much every type of material and process over the years. I always return to painting and printing though. Describe your printmaking process. I am usually a Lino artist. I have returned to etching and lithography this year too. I love the immediacy of Lino. … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Ian Mowforth"
I studied painting and printmaking at Hull College of Art and London University in the early 1960s. I taught etching, screen-printing, linocut and related surface printmaking at Keswick Hall College in Norfolk. Later I moved to the University of East Anglia where I continued teaching in the School of Education until 2006. I am based … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Rob Barnes"
I’m Bailey, the artist behind Young Schmidt Prints. I’m American but living in the UK with my husband and our two dogs, Murph and Eddie. I consider myself an illustrator and printmaker, but most of my days right now are filled with botanical-inspired linocut prints. I absolutely love houseplants and greenery, and my art very … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Bailey Schmidt"