Category Archives: monotypes

Florence Workshop Days 1-4

I’m following the timetable for the Florence Printmaking Workshop, which is where I should be now. I’m quite surprised that this is working for me at home in my own studio. I’m finding it hard to get ideas started, but … Continue reading

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2019 Catch-up

Early in 2019 we spent several weeks in Cornwall. We love visiting in winter, when there are often unexpected and wonderful sights. This series of work started with the rise of a red full moon, the blood moon. An amazing … Continue reading

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The Floor Show

Fish Factory, Brighton Road, Worthing – from June 2014 We have a show at the Fish Factory – unusual, because it is about the restaurant floor! Perhaps it was the wine, but a few weeks ago we began a conversation … Continue reading

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Worthing Art Trail

This weekend is your last chance to visit our show at 1, Windsor Road, Worthing – see http://www.martinstudios.co.uk for details and map. We are open on Saturday and Sunday 6/7 July, from 11am – 5pm and lots of our ten artists … Continue reading

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Lascaux – painting from the monotypes

The monotypes I’ve been blogging about (Lascaux, Font de Gaume, Combarelles) were developed from the hundreds of drawings I did in the caves (of the original art from the Ice Age). Once I’d made groups of monotypes, I started thinking about how … Continue reading

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