Angie Jordan

"Storm" original linocut by Angie Jordan
Illustration, Printmaking

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.

Venue address
Summerhouse Studio
Brompton Cottage
34 Bank Street
WR14 2JG
10 minutes walk from Great Malvern. On street parking is available nearby on Moorlands Road by The Nag's Head Pub. No parking at the studio. Summerhouse studio is in the garden of Brompton Cottage, a black and white house on Bank Street.

Opening dates and times

10.30am - 4.30pm10.30am - 4.30pm