Ali Stump is a Printmaker based in Cranbrook, Kent. Her printmaking techniques include etchings, mono prints and collagraphs.
Her work has been exhibited at Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, Red Door Gallery Rye, and The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition.
23.5 x 23.5 cm
Edition of 30
Amanda Averillo is a painter, printmaker and teacher living in Kent, UK. She creates monoprints, etchings and watercolours inspired by the Kent countryside and East Sussex coastline. She has taught printmaking classes from her garden studio for 18 years and regularly exhibits across London and South East England.
Water Lilies & Grasses
34 x 44cm
Carole Aston trained as a textile designer, creating designs for dress and furnishing fabrics. She later re-trained as an adult-education tutor and taught painting classes for 25 years, moving on recently to printmaking. Inspiration is drawn from the natural world, from local landscapes, and from her collection of sketchbooks.
Mellony aims to make prints that are beautiful. This is what brings her joy. Her very detailed style, although unusual for linocut, is known for its bold, graphic qualities, which combine a strong, monochromatic look with a lighter touch of delicate carving.
She loves the time she can spend at her art table at home, whether designing, tracing, carving, inking up or pressing and pulling a print, every stage of the process is a wonder to her.
Cranbrook Village Sign with Flora and Fauna from the
Crane Valley Reserve (incl. water shrew and stone loach)
Edition of 100