Thursday, 19 April 2012

Mary Gillett's workshop - a change of scene

With deadlines looming and time fast running out on the MA, I emailed Mary Gillett, a friend who runs an excellent print workshop in Devon, and I have spent a week working with her in her purpose built facilities. Mary runs a well organised, friendly and welcoming workshop, and offers a wide range of skills, specialising in etching. Futher details of her printmaking workshops and classes can be found on this link

The facilities are spacious and as I had the space to myself it felt luxurious. Mary is very experienced as a teacher, is an accomplished artist herself  (do look at the gallery pages on the link) and was very helpful througout the week.

Now I can finally show a couple of previews of the big final project, and provide some proof that the work is actually getting done.

Thank you Mary for providing the opportunity for such a focused and productive week.

There is a couple of weeks now while the University is closed where I will have to let this stage of the prints settle. So I'm back to my drawing board, I've got an interseting piece of Larch wood to draw on...

1 comment:

Printed Material said...

Sounds intriguing and looks amazing. How wonderful to be able to immerse yourself in your work in such surroundings. No wonder it was productive.