My first screenprint using screen block. A two layer print based on Tarbat Ness lighthouse in Easter Ross, North East Scotland. It’s actually red and white but I only had time for two layers in the class where I made the print.
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Inspired by High Rise by J G Ballard (1975), this book contains rubber stamping and monoprints of imaginary brutalist high rise buildings. The typed text is key words taken from the book, but breaks down and eventually collapses as does the life of the inhabitants of the fictional high rise.
During the lockdown of 2020, one of the things I missed the most was being able to be at the seaside. This poem by John Masefield is an appropriate title and theme for a book expressing my longing for the sea.
Small concertina sketch books taken up the Pentlands Hills on Lynda’s daily walks during the corona virus lockdown in April 2020 were used as source material for this monoprint. Man’s impact on the landscape is a particular interest.
This monoprint was made on a small Xcut Xpress press during the lockdown for Covid 19 in April 2020.. Lynda’s sketchbook was used for source material for this print of small houses on the shingle in Dungeness, Kent.
My paintings are often made en plein air, especially the oil paintings. They often relate to the sea. Sometimes I include found objects in the images or paint on found boards. These first two were painted during a stay on the south Kent coast.