Art Media: Printmaking

Jazmin Velasco

Jazmin was from Guadalajara, Mexico where she studied graphic design and illustration. She moved to Mexico City to study oil painting and printmaking, while working as a cartoonist for a national newspaper. Years and years later she moved to London where she continued to illustrate books. In Autumn 2005 she joined Greenwich Printmakers Association and later… Read more »

Rachel Eardley

Drawing has always been important in Rachel’s work. Having graduated from a 3D Craft Degree at Brighton University in 1999, her main discipline has been jewellery, where she translates her line drawings into solid objects in silver, as well as working with the intricate drawings on coins. Drawings have always been her starting point. Rachel… Read more »

William Brown

William Brown was born in Toronto, Canada in 1953 and died in Wales, 2008. He was a prolific painter and printmaker whose work was informed by poetry, literature and travel. He collaborated with poets and writers producing glorious black and white lino, wood block and silk sreen prints. William exhibited widely in Britain and overseas… Read more »

Alexis Snell

After completing a Fine Art Printmaking degree at University of Wales Institute, Cardiff in 2003, Alexis came here to The Art Shop on a residency and produced a series of lino block prints of Abergavenny which have been immensely popular. A complete set of this limited edition can be seen in the foyer of the… Read more »

Andrea Mclean

Andrea McLean was born in Denbighshire, Wales. She studied at Falmouth School of Art, the Slade School of Art and the British School at Rome on an Abbey Scholarship in Painting. Andrea’s painting ‘A Contemporary Mappa Mundi’ is on display at the British Library as part of their permanent collection. She is a featured artist… Read more »

Cornelia O’Donovan MA RCA

Cornelia O’Donovan plays with old folklore and poetry, but in a loose and dreamlike way. She draws particularly on tales native to the British Isles, and especially Celtic poetry and myth – from the tale of Prince Llewellyn’s grief at the sacrifice of his greyhound Gellert being, to the figurative ballads of Ellen O’Leary and… Read more »

Matt Caines

Matt Caines studied Architectural Ornament at City & Guilds School of Art, London, following a first degree in Fine Art. Work includes designing & carving a plaque in beech, unveiled by H.R.H The Prince of Wales; workshops at the Museum of London based on Roman artifacts and at the Sir John Soane Museum; and the… Read more »