West End theatre map – part three

In previous blog posts I described how I went about creating my newest print – a map of London’s West End theatres. See Part One and Part Two. My first trial of the West End Theatre map layout with dummy theatre images in place showed me that a bit of...

Working on a map of West End Theatres – part two

Previously, I wrote about the planning stages for my latest poster – an illustrated ornamental map of the major West End theatres. Getting the map and layout finalised Having decided where my street map would begin and end in each direction, it seemed sensible...

Working on a map of the West End theatres – part one

The idea – a map of the West End theatres I finally decided to knuckle down and do an illustrated map of London’s major theatres. I love maps, and I love theatres – so this has been an obvious project for a while. I’ve put it off, though,...

New linocut – Winchelsea Beach

Time to get started on my Winchelsea Beach linocut. Here is the process…. In my previous blog Winchelsea Beach – surprising South Coast hideaway I described my excitement at finally discovering the delights of Winchelsea Beach – a coastal village just down...

Winchelsea Beach – surprising South Coast hideaway

Winchelsea Beach is a small village on England’s south coast in East Sussex – about seven miles east of Hastings. Wild plants at Winchelsea Beach It is a sort of ground floor offshoot of the beautiful hilltop village of Winchelsea, which I have often...
Wood Mouse and Wild Garlic: part three

Wood Mouse and Wild Garlic: part three

As discussed previously – Wood Mouse and Wild Garlic: part two – I have planned a new A4 size colour linocut featuring wild garlic and a wood mouse. This will be the first of a prospective series of linocuts celebrating the gorgeous spring wild flowers I...