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New linocut: Western Pavilion

Walking in Brighton a year or so ago, I saw an intriguing building that was like a mini Royal Pavilion. I returned recently to

Christmas Cards

I’ve adapted my recent linocut of Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex to make a Christmas card. Another couple to add to

Herstmonceux Castle final result!

The final Herstmonceux linocut in water-based inks. Some versions in Caligo oil-based inks are drying on the washing line in t

New linocut of Herstmonceux Castle in progress

I’ve just started an A3-size colour linocut of Herstmonceux Castle here in East Sussex. The picture above shows where I

Bluedot Festival – final prints!

So this is how the oil-based Bluedot Festival prints have turned out. There are a few variants – some with a darker tele

Bluedot Festival – adding colour

Well, I’ve abandoned the idea of adding colour to the Bluedot Festival linocut by using the silkscreen process – s

Bluedot Festival linocut

On my to-do list is a set of lino prints featuring some of the awesome and mysterious machines used by physicists and astronom

Brighton Royal Pavilion Ice Rink

I decided to frame one of the “test” linocuts of the ice rink in front of the Royal Pavilion – to see what i

Festive Ice Rinks – Winchester continues

Here is the current state of the Winchester Cathedral ice rink linocut … nearly finished – just another shade of d

Festive Ice Rinks – Winchester

Starting on the next linocut in my winter ice rink series.¬† This time it’s the open air rink beside Winchester cathedra

Festive Ice Rinks – Part Two (and a half)

I’ve made the¬†final cut on the Hampton Court Ice Rink lino and this is a test print. The last colour is a transparent b

Festive Ice Rinks Part Two

Unfortunately, the colour linocut of the ice rink in front of the Brighton Pavilion tore slightly halfway through the first co