This work on paper is 29 x 25 cms. It is sold unframed, but float mounted (showing the edges of the paper) on archival quality mount board, ready to take to your framer.
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This piece was inspired by a walk at Beacon Hill in Hampshire, England. An Iron Age hill fort, it is marked and scarred by paths running up and around it. I walked up and on it one summer afternoon with my sister, a rare time without children. I love the scale of these hill forts, the paths and lone trees- there's still something magical about them.
This piece has been started as a drypoint etching- a plate made by scratching into metal or card. This was then printed on an etching press at Spike print Studio in Bristol. I have then collaged coloured and textured tissue paper into the pieces, as well as hand mono-printed onto them (this is like printed painting- very gestural). Each piece emerges from the process completely unique- albeit with a family resemblance to the others in the series.
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