Print of original paper cut
A is for Albert Hall (Royal) B is for is Broadcasting House C is for Cutty Sark D is for Dalston House E is for Elephant and Castle F is for Florin Court G is for Geffrye Museum H is for Horseguards I is for Imperial War Museum J is for Jerwood Space K is for Kew Palace L is for Liberty M is for Manze Eel and Pie House N is for Neasden Temple O is for Old Royal Naval College P is for Portcullis House Q is for Quo Vadis R is for Royal Opera House S is for Stockwell Bus Garage T is for Trellick Tower U is for Upminster Windmill V is for Victoria and Albert Museum W is for Whitechapel Gallery X is for OXO Tower (forgive me) Y is for Young Vic Z is for Zoological Society of London, London Zoo (Elephant House).
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Limited edition of 50 black and white giclée prints
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More about Ruth
Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.
For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.
The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk