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My first introduction to printmaking was at the Central School of Art where I was studying Ceramics. One day each week we were able to visit other departments and I chose the print room. The whole process was a revelation to me, and I was seduced by the magical quality of ink transferred on to paper under intense pressure. I knew it would be something I would return to.

Having worked with clay for most of my professional life, I now find my printmaking is foremost in my practice. My interest
has always centred around the natural world and I am drawn to the vast and unpopulated open spaces and huge skies from the flatlands of east Anglia to the mountains of the Alpujarras, Tuscany and the Lake District.

I enjoy depicting the ever changing effects of light and colour at different times of the day and I love the reversal of all the tonal qualities of the landscape after snow has fallen. 



Professional  Membership
Printmakers Council, Greenwich Printmakers


London University
Central School of Art and Design, London


The Victoria & Albert Museum Print Archive

Scarborough Museum & Art Gallery Print Archive

Work permanently on show at:

Greenwich Printmakers Gallery, 

1A Greenwich Market London SE10 9HZ

Other galleries currently stocking my work:

Frivoli Gallery, 7a Devonshire Road, Chiswick W4 2EU 

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