Scary Steps Screen Print – in progress photos

Here are some photos of my ‘Scary Steps’ screen print in progress, showing the process of layering the colours to build up the image.

Scary Steps screen print with 2 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 2 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 4 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 4 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 7 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 7 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 10 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 10 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 11 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 11 colours printed

Scary Steps screen print with 12 colours printed - Finished !

Scary Steps screen print with 12 colours printed – Finished !

Scary Steps screen print finished & framed - ready to go off to it's new home !

Scary Steps screen print finished & framed – ready to go off to it’s new home !

 

Pub Interiors

I love pubs ! And I hate the way these historic meeting places are being closed down and swept away before the wave of gentrification happening in our cities. I have made many screen prints over the years based on low resolution photographs which I take in the pub. Most are taken in my local, The Cauliflower, Seven Kings, which is a beautiful Victorian Gin Palace. There has been a pub on the site for hundreds of years and this appeals to my fascination for the history of my local urban environment.

Here a a selection of my pub interior screen prints.

'Three' - 12 layer screen print

‘Three’ – 12 layer screen print

The Cauliflower (Bar Stool) screen print

The Cauliflower (Bar Stool) screen print

Bar Stool, screen print

Bar Stool, screen print

'2 Chairs' screen print in 12 layers

‘2 Chairs’ screen print in 12 layers

LOOP 2014

‘LOOP 2014’, LOOP Artists, Bankside Gallery, London

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LOOP 2014 Opening

LOOP is an informal co-operative of artists with a background in printmaking. Some have exhibited internationally, set up print studios, or pursued teaching careers, while others have continued to work quietly in their own studios, or have recently completed a printmaking MA. The focus has always been on print, but this is not a requirement, as artists are free to show their most recent work in whatever media they are using. The variety and vitality of contemporary print has been evident in all LOOP exhibitions.