Author Archives: Amanda
Local places captured in simple lino form. I have been taking local buildings, sights and views and translating them into simple linos. Here are just some of them and, of course, there are many more to capture yet.
A trip to the Palatine region of Germany inspired this print which is part of a series taking inspiration from a weather beaten castle on a small mount in the forest. The walls were worn and pitted reflecting inner thoughts and … Continue reading
Seaside views with ‘Three Seashells’ & ‘On the shore’ – who doesn’t like a seashell – especially when you live a footstep from the sea.
This simple lino cut is my Christmas card design – a warm red jumper with holly motif. I love wool, woolly jumpers and knitting. As I have just resumed knitting a jumper which I started knitting over 6 years ago … Continue reading
I have been obsessed by the Dockyard cranes for some time. ‘Cranescape’ is one of my favourites. I have recently been working on an etching which combines the cranes with naval ships. ‘Daring’ is a work in progress – it … Continue reading
At the beginning of this week I was allocated my magical object in the course I am on. It is a small vinyl purse. At first I was unimpressed by it but now it has been transformed into a magical … Continue reading
Spent a day at the Badger Press in Bishop’s Waltham last week and I have finally got around to uploading the images that resulted. They are on our prints page here.