Recently I was asked to make some work for a project Hawaii. I love making simple linear drawings into prints and here are two new ones. The rest of these editions are available for sale £42 each.
- Emma Lawrenson
- Jackson Bridge, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
- 1996 – 1998 Royal College of Art, London MA Printmaking. 1992 – 1996 University of Reading BA Fine Art. I am a full time printmaker working from my home studio near Holmfirth in Yorkshire. I exhibit regularly in the UK and Europe and sell my work all over the world, through my shop Little Print Press. Last year I won the NEW LIGHT ART PRINTMAKING PRIZE, judged by Norman Ackroyd RA.CBE. My work has been featured in Vogue, Country Living, 25 Beautiful Homes, House and Gardens magazines, amongst others. It can even be found on the Set of Mad Men' and other television sets in the USA. FOR MORE INSIGHT ABOUT MY WORK, PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: www.emmalawrenson.com
Monday, 20 March 2017
Very soon I will be joining the St Jude's printmakers and my work will be available to buy through their online gallery. I have followed and loved the work of all of the St Jude's artists for many years so it is with great pleasure that I am going to join them! Back in the nineties I studied at the Royal College of Art with Jonny Hannah and Mark Hearld who were in my year. So along time ago, but fond memories of two great years there.
My latest screenprint in soft greens and greys. I'm so pleased with this piece it really came together after a few days in the printmaking studio. It's available to buy. £245
A handmade, original screenprint with pencil on finest quality Fabriano Rosapina 100% cotton paper (285gsm) (lovely and thick off white Italian printmaking paper with a slight texture. Deckles to some edges)
numbered, signed, titled and dated in pencil at the bottom . Edition of 20 only . Sold Unframed
Paper size: 57 x 44cm
Image size: 38 x 30cm
Thursday, 23 February 2017
Moss Hill, screenprint and pencil on Fabriano Rosaspina. Edition size 12, 76 x 56cm £245
This is my most recent print and now available in my shop. It's the same size as 'Meal Hill' below, which I made last year. I really loved 'Meal Hill' so I wanted to continue the series. They make a great pair!
Tuesday, 21 February 2017
This month I sent work to Columbia Road Gallery, London. The Gallery opened it’s doors in the Summer of 2005. The aim was to create a presence in London which accurately represented the modern artistic talent coming out of Cornwall. The owner, herself born and raised in Cornwall, hand picks each exhibit directly from the artist’s home or studio, this care and attention shows through in the collection as a whole. I’m delighted to have work on dispay here, I’m not from Cornwall myself but I think my work has a certain St Ives feel about it.
Thumbnail images of some of the drawings I have been working on in 2017. I wish I could make them all into huge screenprints, but there aren't enough hours in the day! Which shall I choose first.....? I think I'm going to start with the two square ones. There must be 25 layers here, so plenty to keep me busy over the next few weeks.