janet dickson  printmaker


New Year 2018 kitchen table - linocut
Patchwork Garden - linocut

As we find ourselves amidst the current extraordinary global health crisis, the normality of our lives and activities we have planned have unavoidably come to a standstill. At a time of social distancing and isolation I have had to postpone our planned studio workshops until later in the year when, hopefully we can return to normal.

When that will be we don't know, but meanwhile, I hope you and your families stay well and safe, and I shall look forward to making some prints with you later in the year.

Meanwhile, I have just returned from a month in Tasmania and Australia, inspired to use this time of social isolation for some creative reflection and planning and to make some new prints.

I am inspired by plants and natural forms, as a gardener and a printmaker - from their colour and the detail of their structure to the visual impact they have on their surroundings. The garden, therefore, is one of my key subjects, but colour, structure and pattern in landscape draws my attention too.
Drawing underpins my work - it is where many of my prints begin, in sketchbooks, and the processes I choose which allow me to incorporate drawing in some form or other.
The riverside studio in which I work, in rural Northumberland, is rich in inspiration and the work you will find here embodies my practice.

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