I will have working notes, sketches and proof prints, showing the evolution of my prints and my process, as well as the plates themselves, which are lovely tactile things to see alongside the prints.
I will be working in my exhibition so you might catch me carving a new plate or printing.
I look forward to answering questions about print making from home with limited space.
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 3:15-4:30 I will host a local after school Art Club at my exhibition. The space will remain open to the public during this time but if you wish to visit at a quieter time please bear this in mind. The participating children will all be aware that other visitors may come. Unfortunately I cannot invite other children to join in with the activities, the spaces are already booked.
I am a mum of two and a part time heritage consultant as my ‘real’ job. I taught myself to print when my children got a little older and I wanted to bring back an element of creativity to my life. Relief Printmaking can be done in small bursts with limited space or tools and I love to fit it around other things, daily moving a piece forward even if only in little steps. I’m enthusiastic about encouraging everyone to find space for creativity in everyday life.