My show continues at The Open Road until the 28th of November and for those of you who can’t make it, here are some pictures of the pictures.
This exhibition has been a lovely opportunity to focus on one of my current distractions : Beautiful, abandoned, lost, squashed buildings. They are mainly Lithographic prints, produced from Litho plates. (N.B. I have just purchased some Litho stones, the future is complicated)
The exhibition at The Open Road Bookshop, Stoke-by-Nayland.
These two litho prints are drawn from buildings in Walberswick, Suffolk. The buildings are black and wooden and very very beautiful. This led to my Walberswick: Made of Wood books, below.
It is a very small edition of three! Never to be made again. Very limited indeed.
This is one of the larger litho prints called Over The Brick Wall. It was drawn from an abandoned hospital in Mile End, near where I was living in Ackroyd drive, in my live/work house with the Bow Arts Trust.
Below are some more litho prints, these are of the Edward Gorey House, in Yarmouth, New England, USA. It is a small edition of 12 only, and some of them are hand painted, some of them are smudged and some of them are deep black and some are murky grey.
The Open Road Bookshop is a beaut, in darkest Suffolk.