1953: born in Bristol, UK. Educated at Oxford University (B.A.Hons Experimental Psychology & Philosophy) and the Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art in Oxford (Certificate in Fine Art). 1978: awarded the Ruskin Drawing Prize and started using the burin as my main tool for printmaking: burin on copper, wood and lino producing “the driven line” so-called because of the forward-pushing action of the burin into resistant material. I have exhibited widely in the UK, Europe, Canada and New Zealand. Collections include L Read Moreondon: British Museum, Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, St Petersburg: Hermitage, Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, Madrid: Calcografía Nacional, Munich: Staatlische Graphische Sammlung, Washington DC: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Baltimore: Museum of Art, Sofia: Lessedra Gallery, Aberystwyth University, Wales
Skills: burin engraving on copper wood engraving woodcut
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