Our Artists

Found 30 Artist
Wuon Gean works in print, artist’s books and animation, and exhibits widely, as well as participating in residencies in the US, Canada, China, Italy and the UK.
Vincent Handford is a graphic designer who makes limited edition screenprints from his home studio and Ocean Studios in Plymouth.
Trevor Price specialises in drypoints and relief prints that are handmade and hand printed by the artist.
For Susanna, printing is Magic. She draws using a Bic Biro because of the texture and how it translates afterwards when printing.
Simon Tozer uses screen print to make atmospheric images of the sea and coast. The theme of much of his work is our relationship, both emotional and physical, with the natural world.
Sarah Stewart’s work is inspired by patterns and typography found within my environment and found objects.
Rosalind’s practice is strongly influenced by her immediate surroundings. She uses commonplace imagery to organise the pictorial space, using forms that occupy and give perspective within the substrate.
Rachel Duckhouse works on research-based projects which often begin with sketchbook drawing and culminate in process led experiments in the print workshop.
Naomi’s works juxtapose personal encounters with visual material drawn from cinema, fashion media, domestic interiors and landscaped locations.
For her whole life, Mandy has enjoyed dreaming up all kinds of creatures from all kinds of worlds.
Lina Avramidou works primarily in Printmaking and Book Arts. She experiments with image and structure to create limited edition bookworks and prints.
Lily Banks is a North West based illustrator with an enthusiasm for printmaking. Themes frequently explored in her work include modern architecture, botany and natural forms.
Themes in Lenny’s work are generally inspired by places he has been, or the natural environment, which is a constant source of influence.
Julia Syrzistie is a designer and printmaker. Her process often starts with experimenting, in particular with letterpress printing.
Johannah Muriel is a Hackney-based artist and printmaker. Her mixed-media studies are concerned with paint and colour forming organically as paper emerges through the printing press.
Jemma’s practice researches into industrial decline exploring spaces that have been abandoned and left to fall into disrepair.