Here at Salmon Jam Press, Cassie, Moss and I are never far from our source of inspiration: the trees and rivers of Northumberland.
I am an artist printmaker, creating wood prints, wood engravings, woodcuts and letterpress from my musings on the river bank, and often in the river itself.
I try to stay true to nature and my wonder at what we find.
Great value for original hand printed pieces of work.
Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy what you find.
I have 9 pieces of work in the design/innovate/craft exhibition which runs from 1st June to 26th August 2018.
We had a fabulous opening night with so many visitors printing their own piece of wood!
I will be back at the Biscuit Factory offering demonstrations and have-a-go at printing.
Saturday 23rd June 11am-1pm
Saturday 30th June 11am-1pm
Sunday 1st July 11am-1pm
Come and find me on the ground floor in the printmaking section of the gallery, it will be lovely to meet you.
2 DAYS OF FUN
for the whole family
Now in its 17th year WoodFest Country Show is a celebration of all things wood, located in the heart of the North Wales countryside, on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th July 18.
Spread over 30 acres the festival showcases a variety of wood related activities, crafts and forest industries. Timber professionals and competitors from around the world come together to compete in a range of skilled competitions. Pole climbing, chainsaw carving, axe racing, wood chopping and logging skills, extreme mountain biking WoodFest Rocks music festival and much more!
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful. I do not want art for a few any more than education for a few, or freedom for a few."
"the use of woodcuts will know no end, so long as the importance of printing is duly appreciated and the liberty of the press held sacred. "
Thomas Bewick Wood Engraver 1753-1828
Beautifully printed Greetings Cards on smooth and silky card.
Cards are 150mm x 150mm and come with a cream envelope.
The reverse of the card features details too, to enhance the enjoyment of the front image. It may include the location of the tree, some poetry, a photograph, or a drawing or etching.