Last week at the beginning of a new term with Sudbourne Park Printmakers I began working with copper and experimenting with ‘sugarlift’ to create the image of trees which were sketched from visits to Sutton Hoo (photo 1) in Suffolk. The process involves painting or drawing using the sugar solution, onto a prepared metal…
Lovely turn out last weekend and I’m looking forward to meeting more of you tomorrow and Sunday. Open between 11am and 5pm. ‘Standing Strong,’ by Susan Whatling
I will be open between 11am and 5pm this weekend and next weekend only. Looking forward to seeing you, hope you can make it. There’s a range of artwork on display/ for sale, from relief prints & etchings, to paintings & greeting cards. Have a great weekend, Su.
Studio will be opening June 9/10 & 16/17 from 11am – 5pm Paintings, Etchings, Relief Prints & Cards
Don’t forget to visit the Sudbourne Park Printmakers original print exhibition over Easter at The Peter Pears Gallery, 152 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AQ. Private View is 11am – 2pm, Good Friday 30th March and the exhibition runs until Wednesday 4th April open daily 10am – 5pm. Do hope you can make it!
A Winters Exhibition for Suffolk Makers of art & craft, will be held at Great Glemham village hall, IP17 2DH on Saturday 24th – Sunday 25th Feb, 10am-5pm. Free Entry.
Original woodcut completed at The Sudbourne Park Printmakers workshop earlier in the year. This woodcut was based on one of my original drawings during a time of acute illness. Over many visits, watching the cows crowding together with the gorgeous Suffolk landscape as a backdrop, I began to feel well. So, personally, it makes me…
Latest woodcut and initial hand burnished prints. Just a few adjustments then I’ll explore the use of colour.
Etching is a process that I’m currently exploring. The featured image is a sketch from one of my recent photos. Below are my initial attempts. There’s a great deal of experimenting and work to be done before I reach my goal with this one! The point is, try something new & work towards your goal….
A local view sparked the idea, followed by a sketch and photo for reference back in the studio. Working out what to carve away or what to leave consumed my initial thought processing although I have to admit to enjoying a certain amount of unpredictability in the outcome. After hand burnishing the back of the…