Underfall No.1 – Simon Tozer

£120.00

An unusual view of the victorian pumping station and chimney at Underfall Yard in Bristol harbour.

This multicolour screen print is an unusual view of the victorian pumping station and chimney at Underfall Yard in Bristol harbour. As well as being a depiction of a place, interesting both for its architecture and atmosphere, l want in this image to give the viewer a sense of a pictorial journey through the space beginning with the ground, and leading towards the openness of the sky. This is another in an ongoing series of sea related images that have clouds as their main focus. Clouds are ethereal forms; in my prints they represent the world that lies beyond my own concerns. This is a seven colour screenprint on Fabriano Rosaspina paper.

Paper Dimensions 39 x 35cm
Image Dimensions 30 x 28cm
Limited Edition of 30

In stock

All prints are sold unframed unless otherwise stated. More details in 'Additional Information' below.

SKU: STO001 Category:
 

Description

About the Artist

Simon 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.

Sometimes the ocean and clouds are the subject, sometimes buildings, boats, people or animals.

Simon studied printmaking at Chelsea College of Art, where he won the prestigious British Instituition Fund Award for printmaking. He remained in London after leaving University and worked as a scenic painter and muralist. In 2002 he moved to Bristol, where he has a studio close to the harbour, where he also teaches screenprint.

In 2019 Simon won the Founders Award at at Printfest, Ulverston.

Additional information

Dimensions 39 × 35 cm
Paper Stock

Fabriano Rosaspina Bianco 285gsm

Total Edition No.

30

Artists / Collectives

Year

2018

General Size

Small (under 50cm)

Techniques