Born in Luton in 1941 I did not begin my education in design and craft until after my family and continued until 1993 when I graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a BSc Hons in Psychology and Visual Studies. Continued my education at the Paper and Book Intensive, Salt Lake City, & Portland, Oregon, Streamboat Springs, Colarado, USA2003/04/05. Observer Series ‘Music’ was a 2007 Winner of the Brigit Skiöld Memorial Trust Artist’s Book Purchase Award.
Statement: The versatility of paper allied to digital and collagraph printing, and using various binding methods all result in the book forms that I have produced to date.
Observer series- Sea and Seashore
Each book unique - £200 +p/p £10
2004. A visual response to a year's contact with a special garden, Turn End, Haddenham, Bucks. Digital art as a medium with collagraph embossing throughout supported by an origami folded spine. Covers are transfer printed cotton. Presented in a perspex slipcase. 195mm by 185 mm with 25 pp. Limited Edition of 30 £200 +p/p £10
2005. Box with French doors and a modern twist background opening to reveal a tunnel book from old garden images. 200mm by 150mm. Series each One off £75 +p/p £5
Books inspired by travelling past and present. Digitally printed concertina in bookcloth covered case bindings. Presented in bookcloth covered slip cases. All 60mm by 74mm.
Food and Flowers of Life
2005 includes a Turkish folded page limited edition of 10 £50 +p/p £4
Proof of Travel
2005 edition of 10 £50 +p/p £4
Journey with a purpose
2005 edition of 10 £50+p/p £4
2005. Text conveying feelings about retirement. On handmade paper with found object in a Chinese whirlwind binding. Presented in a found box .130 mm by 5mm when rolled.
One off £60 +p/p £5
2002. Beauty of things incomplete and/or impermanent. Collection of images as a record of memories of a museum collection. Book in a Japanese bookcloth covered case binding. Presented in a slipcase. 135mm by 130mm. Limited edition of 5 £60+p/p £5
2005. Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic movement of the same name. A board book, case bound.145mm by 190mm. limited edition of 10 £50 +p/p £5
Unique Melody: Hildegard of Bingen
2000. A celebration of Hildegard of Bingen's writings and imagery. A modern interpretation of an illuminated book.
The text and images are computer generated and transferred to hand dyed Japanese Washi paper. Hand-sewn to 150 gsm paper. Book construction has an exposed stitched spine over leather straps which attach to transfer painted book cloth cover. 330 mm by 390 mm. All presented in a noil silk drawstring bag.
one off £250 +p/p £15
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