Jeremy James Sculpture|Robert Greenhalf Woodcuts|Neil Bousfield Wood Engravings

Jeremy James Sculpture|Robert Greenhalf Woodcuts|Neil Bousfield Wood Engravings from Bircham Gallery

By: Bircham Gallery  07/03/2016
Keywords: stoneware, Otter, Lapwing

Jeremy James will be featuring a major new body of work and included for the first time are his linocuts of wildlife alongside his much loved ceramic sculpture. His subject matter ranges from all kinds of birds to animals such as hares, otters and meerkats. Robert Greenhalf is one of the country's leading wildlife artists. His great love is for wildlife in the landscape, working outdoors in watercolour and print, placing great emphasis upon observing and sketching in the field. His woodcuts usually employ only one plate and are often hand painted in watercolour. Neil Bousfield's prints are inspired by a sense of place and a personal interpretation of landscape, place and people. He says: 'Engraving demands a determined commitment of a focused and singular nature; like a dog chasing a rabbit, nothing else matters! On an aesthetic level, engraving allows me to express my interest in pattern, texture, landscape, shape and colour'.

Keywords: Lapwing, Otter, stoneware

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