Alexandra lives in Bicester and draws inspiration from countryside walks and the changes in weather and season upon the landscape. These scenic discoveries are transformed into colourful, impressionistic linocuts. Most prints are worked in reduction whereby layers of colour are cut and printed from the same block, destroying it in the process and limiting the edition. Themes for Alexandra’s prints include sun streaming through woodlands and trees, twinkling water and reflections, carpets of flowers, expansive rocky coastlines and nostalgic seaside scenes. More recently, adventures from a trip to Japan have sparked a collection of works.
Alexandra has been a full-time printmaker since 2012. Her linocuts have been displayed at the Royal Academy, the Bankside Gallery and Mall Galleries in London and her work sells to collectors across the UK and internationally.
Alexandra's linocuts, paintings, and greetings cards are available to purchase on her website www.alexandrabuckle.co.uk
Mounted and small framed pieces can be posted out, alternatively, you are welcome to get in touch with Alexandra to arrange a studio visit.
Alexandra teaches several group lino printing workshops a year at various local venues, keep an eye on her website or sign up to her mailing list for details and dates when they are announced.
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