Hello I am Angie Jordan.
I studied at Bournville School of Art in the late 70’s and after many years teaching, creating in my spare time, I moved to Malvern and began concentrating on my artwork.
I work in a variety of mediums, including acrylics, watercolour, collage and pastel but particularly enjoy using print making as a way of creating images. I like to experiment with line, colour and texture.
I use lino cut more than any other as a means of printmaking to illustrate an idea or interpret the natural world, which I love. I usually begin with one of my own photographs or an image that comes to mind and then work out how I can transfer this to lino. I find the process of cutting the block meditative and all-consuming and love the thrill and anticipation of that first reveal when a block is inked up and printed.
I am a member of St. Peter’s Printmakers in Malvern. I have recently collaborated with Andrew Judd of Belmont Hall Press, in which I produced original linocut illustrations for a book, “The Moneths” by Nicholas Breton and a commemorative edition of C. Day-Lewis’s poem “Is it far to go?”
I can often be found walking on the Malvern Hills, pottering in my garden or working in my Summerhouse studio. Come along and say hello.
Opening dates and times
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