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I’ve been busy!

20 May

I have been really slack at updating my blog lately, but just wanted to show what I have been doing so far this year, on top of teaching and planning new and exciting things at Print to the People (watch this space! http://printtothepeople.com/home)

I have been working on four new etchings, two of which will be on show at this years Norfolk Show. I am working on two copper etchings that will accompany ‘Aidan’s Studio’, these are of closer studies of his workshop and are a combination of hard and soft ground etching techniques. I’ve also just finished two zinc etchings that are part of a new ongoing series of work based on old photos of family in Ireland in the 1930s.

‘A Grand Day Out’ and ‘A Grand Day Out #2’  are now available to buy:£70 mounted, £90 framed – i’ll put them in my portfolio and will also try to get my Etsy shop going again…


lwhiteprints ETSY shop!

8 Sep

I’ve opened up an Etsy Shop!


As advised by another Etsy user, I will be adding work for sale gradually to try and build up an audience but if you would like to contact me directly about any work in my portfolio please email slippersandhats@hotmail.com!



Card designs and new business cards!

7 Sep

I’ve now got ‘Always Tea-time’, ‘Father Time’ and ‘Dodo’ available as greetings cards!


Also A5 postcards of my latest mezzotint ‘Mezzotype’


And business cards!


‘Family Tree’ commissions

28 Aug

I am now taking commissions for hand carved and printed ‘Family Tree’ lino cuts.

Size and price will vary depending on how large your family is! However, as a guide the example below (A4) is £55 unframed.

I can also double print or do a reductive print for the same price.

Please contact me via email at slippersandhats@hotmail.com with any requests or queries. 

'Family Tree' A4 £55 (unframed)

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Finished Rabbit Collagraphs

21 Aug

Title tbc (Rabbit Collagraph) £30 unframed £50 framed


I’m aware that these still look a tad like Peter Rabbit but I am really pleased with them.  There are a few variations but I’ve mainly tried to get the inking up more consistent and now have a better idea of how to problem solve when doing this printing process. I wasn’t happy with some of the prints I did last week but because I used oil based inks I was able to re-soak the paper and print over some of the less successful ones, so I now have 12 that are ready to sell!


Title tbc £30 unframed

Grandfather Clock (unfinished)

10 Jul

I was trying to inspire myself the other day by researching artists, printmakers and general imagery but a few hours went by and eventually I just needed a cup of tea.  I looked over at the grandfather clock in my living room, which has a top hat from my mad hatters birthday a couple of years ago sat on top of it and thought it would make a good print. So here it is.

These are the first layers of colour, will be printing the details tomorrow and there will be 2/3 more colours to add.  I’m really enjoying reduction lino as a way to explore ideas and make quick new work. I also love gold ink.



‘Granddad’ SOLD!

4 Mar

Am pleased to say that the charity auction ‘Starting Bid’ went really well on the 28th of Feb, raising £10,000 in total for the Emma Jonathan Fund!! ‘Granddad’ sold for £95 which is great as it’s what I usually sell him for!

I didn’t manage to get down to the exhibition because it was only on for a few days but I should be getting a catalogue sent in the post with all the details 🙂

At Wensum Lodge last week I printed the first stage of a new etching, it will have more detail and textures added to it using soft ground techniques but just thought i’d post the picture so you can see that I am trying to get some artwork done alongside other things!!

in progress