Our works on paper encompass drawing, etching, screen print, hand-printed wallpaper and some photography, all created by Norfolk's finest artists: photographers, print-makers, illustrators and designers. Techniques and media vary according to each individual artist.
Please click on each of the artists below to see more of their available works.
Maria originally studied painting studied at Norwich School of Art and then continued to an MA in printmaking at Camberwell College of Art. She is an artist and printmaker whose works with the dream like world of fairy tale and narrative, including its darker and uncanny elements. Starting from a very strong commitment to drawing, she develops images using a mixture of traditional and non traditional methods, including etching which she uses to explore new ways of mark making and expression. She is interested in the qualities of fragility and destruction both in nature and in the printmaking process itself. Other explorations of destruction in her work take place in the unique smoke drawings, which are made with fire and smoke.
Sarah Cannell is a Norfolk based artist who uses the landscape of the Waveney Valley as a rich source of inspiration. Sarah develops her unique linoprints from compositional sketches of real places and then handpaints them with vibrant watercolours. She studied at Falmouth Art College, Central St Martins and Curwen Print Centre and exhibits widely.
Jac Scott is a multi-award winning visual artist who investigates environmental issues. She is interested in the cohabitation of art and science and how this relationship enriches our understanding of the world. The gaps and the differences in our experiences deliver fractured realities that profile the earth as an enigma. To try and unravel this mystery Scott researches and collaborates with specialists from other disciplines, including scientists and geographers. The tension between approaches, objective scientific verses subjective artistic, the latter further skewed by emotional and philosophical underwriting, creates dynamic outcomes that ignite curiosity and debate.
Tim Simmons has an underlying need to make sense of the world through his own experience. Using photography and film, he explores themes of time, motion and place, and the idea that landscape acts as a link between the past and the present. His work has a visual clarity and a quiet, reflective quality, which offers space for personal contemplation. Attempting to make the unseen visible, he encourages the viewer to consider on the constancy of the land, and our inherent relationship to it.
To be closer to his craft, and his love for tangible (graphic) design, Wolterink is increasingly focused on the joy and art of screen printing. He prints in limited editions, for non commissioned and commissioned works, offering this technique as both a service and a product. To people who have an eye for subtle details, love for print and craftsmanship, and also those who don't directly have the need for automated printing methods.
Annabel Pope grew up on a farm in Norfolk, always exploring the outdoors and wildlife. Her great passion for travel allows her to visualise and witness wildlife in it’s natural environment and is the inspiration for all the work. Her work attracts interest internationally and she has successfully exhibited in the UK on several occasions which have established her as a leading wildlife artist.
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