Mary qualified as a nurse in 1978 and graduated with BA (Hons) Drawing and Applied Arts 2007.
She is currently undertaking an MA in Multidisciplinary Printmaking at UWE, Bristol.
Mary's duality as Anaesthetic Nurse and Artist combined with her severe childhood dyslexia has led to her visual insights concepts and creations. Currently she is exploring photography and translating those images via various printing techniques.
For more information, please visit http://www.artistseye.org/ (and click on Mary's name) or phone: 079 636 58509
Etchings inspired by nature
contact via Joanna Boyd
telephone: 0117 9634866
My series of prints focusing on the buildings of Bristol has been growing for about three years and shows no sign of stopping. What started as an obvious choice of theme (the coloured terraces of Bristol helped me to fall in love with Bristol after leaving the beach huts of Brighton in 1995) is gradually turning into an obsession! Everywhere I go in Bristol I find myself imagining how I could turn each view into a print.
I love the fact that screen-printing provides me with the choice of representing house colours as they are, or repainting whole swathes of Bristol by remixing my inks.
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Estelle Browne is currently studying for an MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at UWE (Bower Ashton) Bristol. Her practice explores the skeleton and x-rays, creating images using drawing, lithography, photography and screen print. This the second time that she has taken part in the Southbank Arts Trail.
Estelle can be contacted by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: 0117 9535797.
Liz Bird is a second year student on the MA in printmaking at the University of the West of England. Her work is inspired by the Brittany coast where she lives for part of the year. She also works from the live model. She will be exhibiting work in a variety of media: screen printing, etching, collagraph and monoprints in both colour and black and white.
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Lucie Sheridan works as a freelance
Illustrator, working across a
variety of media. Her work
combines an instinctive
lateral approach with a
rare freshness of execution.
Alongside marketing her prints
and cards in shops throughout
the UK,she has also satisfied
clients such as the The Guardian,
The Sunday Times, The Observer,
many other magazines and has
also worked with Penguin Books,
Conran designs and Waterstones.
She works from a joint studio ‘SNAP’
where she and seven others run a print
work shop and a shop/gallery and studio space.
20-21 Lower Park Row
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