St Peter’s Printmakers — Mixed media
For 2021, 10 Artists will be exhibiting their work at St Peter’s Church, please more details below alongside with
Andrew Judd has been a printmaker for 20 years and a letterpress printer for 10. His current work combines words, cast and printed in-house, with linocut images derived from his own drawings. His new Second Century of Meditations by Thomas Traherne incorporates marbled papers made by Kathryn Atkinson, and Breton’s The 12 Moneths linocuts by Angie Jordan. Both artists are co-exhibitors as members of St Peter’s Printmakers.
Angie Jordan studied at Bournville School of Art in the late 70’s. After many years teaching, creating in her spare time, she moved to Malvern and began concentrating on her artwork.She has been a member of St.Peter’s Printmakers for three years and focuses mainly on linocuts. Her work is inspired by the natural world.
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‘Barry Lockwood ceramic artist and printmaker. Studied in the late ‘60s at Camberwell, Loughborough and Leeds and have continued to practice in these disciplines since. My mark making is transferred from, and influences, my practice in both mediums.’
Gemma’s jewellery is designed and hand crafted in sterling silver. I add to my visual references through photography and drawing; one tiny observation can spark a new theme for a design. Spirals, flowers and fronds from the natural world have inspired some themes, whilst my interest in street art has led to some grafitti-inspired pieces.
Printmaker (Born 1960) Best known as a printmaker trained as a Painter.
Middlesex University. Worked in Display and Community Arts
Description of current practice; using a range of techniques, Printmaking forms, Japanese Woodblock, Lino Cut, Mono-Printing, Silk Screen Printing and Painting.
Intensive colour, loose brushwork, simplify forms
INFLUENCES FOR WORK The mundane, memory , the idiosyncratic,
Famous figures in Historic Literature.
I studied Graphic Design at Birmingham Polytechnic in the 70’s. Since then I have occupied myself by drawing a lot and later on developed my liking for printmaking. The inspiration for my images comes from the person that I am and the life that has shaped me, things that surround me and sometimes my imagination. These varied ideas I then turn into Linocuts, Etchings, Drypoints, Monoprints, Paintings, etc.
Neill Lewis BA [Hons] Dip Arch PGCE
Neill retired from private practice as an Architect in 2016. He now devotes his time to photography and printmaking. His specialities are relief printmaking: linocut in particular, and digital imaging.
Tonia Rees is a collage/mixed media artist and art tutor who lives and works in Worcestershire. New to silk screen printing, the vivid colours in the screen print inks have been inspiring, leading to bold printed shapes on paper followed by collaged, screen-printed photocopies to complete the vibrant composition of shapes. Instagram @toniareesartistwww.facebook.com/groups/SPPrintmakers/media