Hi, my names Kathy Hutton, I’m a printmaker working out of my home studio in Wiltshire where I live with my husband and 3 girls. In my work I combine many different printmaking techniques to produce my original one of a kind prints and I also run small group workshops teaching some of these techniques … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Kathy Hutton"
If you’re not already a reader of our Meet the Maker blog series, you should grab a cup of tea and work your way through these fantastic interview posts. We talk to printmakers and dyers every couple of weeks to find out how they make their work, where they get their inspiration and what advice … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: 2017 Round Up!"
Hello, I am Cath Bristow, a Brighton based printmaker. I use my printmaking practice to work in community engagement and outreach, facilitating printmaking workshops across the South East with children, young people and adults within different community settings. I have my own printmaking practice and my community printmaking practice and the two are inextricably … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Cath Bristow"
Tom Boulton will be teaching Letterpress in the Handprinted studio starting at the end of October! You may also have seen Tom in the Handprinted shop if you’ve popped in to say hello. I’m a typographic designer who started buying letterpress machines and type about 10 years ago. I design and print artwork, stationery and … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Tom Boulton"
Hi I’m Scarlett Rebecca, a printmaker living in Brighton. I split myself between two creative lives; half the time I work from my studio as surface pattern designer using printmaking in my designs and the other half as a fine art printmaker and technical demonstrator at Brighton University. Describe your printmaking process. I … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Scarlett Rebecca"
Hello, I’m Sophie Chadwick, senior textile designer and co-founder of Seasalt, a clothing, fabric and accessory retailer based in Cornwall. Describe your design processes. We start each collection (Spring/Summer, Autumn/Winter) with a theme, which is always influenced by the people and places we love in Cornwall. The theme then gets developed to create different mini … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Sophie Chadwick, Co-founder of Seasalt"