Fiona Hamilton; Fiona is a printmaker based in Bristol. Interested in process she uses a combination of mediums, both traditional and contemporary, to produce unique imagery, often as one off pieces or in very small runs. Fiona has a degree in Graphic Fine Art from Canterbury, Kent. She is currently working in cyanotype and silkscreen.
Gareth Ellis; Gareth lives and works in Cornwall with his prints depicting his favourite subjects; Cornwall and the sea. Gareth enjoys the challenge of simplifying Cornish landscapes and coastal scenes into basic forms and depicting light and shade with minimal print layers. The majority of his work is developed from sketches and drawings taken from around Cornwall and then transferred into hand pulled screen prints.
Louise Davies; Louise is a professional Painter and Printmaker. She graduated with a Fine Art Degree from St Martins and then completed an M.A. in Printmaking from Camberwell College of Art. She is a member of the Royal Society of Painter and Printmakers. She has received awards for her prints: The Curwen Prize, Zenith Purchase Prize, Heatherley Studio Prize, Intaglio M.A Printing Prize. Her work has been published in two printmaking books: ‘Norfolk Gems’ and ‘ Suffolk Jewels’ by Mascott Media. Her Prints and Paintings are primarily concerned with the landscape. Some are based on childhood memories, reflecting on the countryside and coast of the west of England where she spent her early childhood. However some of the Prints are created from small paintings and drawings done on location from sketch books.
Sarah Raybould; Sarah is a printmaker originally from the East Yorkshire coast but now lives and works in Cornwall. Sarah has always had a lifelong passion for art and all that is creative and her move to Cornwall has allowed her to develop her artwork and combine that with her love of the natural environment. Sarah’s work is inspired by the sea, the changing coastline and a love of surfing and she has recently created a series of handmade prints celebrating surfing and the Cornish coast.
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