Sunday, 1 December 2019

Pack of 10 cards with foraging recipes

Pack of TEN different cards, nine cards depict a locally available (Cornwall) edible plant and a recipe from a local forager.

The tenth card tells the famous tale of Stone Soup.

Cards can be purchased individually (£2.50) or the pack of ten cards (£20) plus postage (£1.50).   Facebook page

Monday, 14 October 2019

St Ives is blessed with an excellent Jazz Club that attracts top rate musicians from the UK and abroad..
Cards for the Jazz Series in preparation.

Tuesday, 3 September 2019

The party's over...
Thank you to everyone who visited the exhibition at the Crypt Gallery in St Ives.
A special thank you to those who loved the works enough to take them home.

To share my joy of screenprinting I spent several sessions screenprinting cards during the exhibition.

The Crypt Ga
llery is a little damp so I had to hang a washing line outside to encourage the cards to dry between colours.

Tuesday, 20 August 2019

Exhibition at the Crypt Gallery, St Ives

Featuring some new screenprints along with some old friends. The screenprinted foraging cards with recipes will also be available.

Sunday, 28 April 2019

That was winter...

I have been very remiss and neglectful for months - but I have an excuse. We have been visiting Peru and Bolivia, reconnecting with old friends and exploring unknown areas.

Back now at home in St Ives and preparing for an exhibition later this year In the Crypt Gallery, St Ives.

Screenprinting workshops are once again up and running for both experienced, novice and just-fancy-a-go printers. At £10ph it is cheaper than a boat to visit the seals.

Here is the last review 
"Graham is clearly passionate about practicing and sharing his knowledge of the screenprinting craft. His printing studio set in a converted stables near St. Ives exemplifies the artist's creative setting. The main "screenprinter" during this activity was a 10-year old boy who had never tried anything similar. Graham was very patient with the novice child screenprinter and guided him during the various, at times messy, stages of the process to the end result - a lovely screenprinted T-shirt based on the child's design. We truly enjoyed learning about and doing screen printing for the first time and would highly recommend this as a novel artistic experience in a unique setting with a very patient and congenial host."

Go on - you know you want to...