The Print Block

ME13 9EH

Faversham, Kent

Contact No: 07958677714

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9 Artists showing at The Print Block, Monkshill Farm
Open on 12th/13th and 19th/20th only.

The Artists

Suki Hayes-Watkins

Screenprinted works inspired by rural and urban landscapes

Caroline Hoy

Caroline Hoy is known as redpenprint when making and selling her work. She uses vibrant colours and bold geometric shapes to create her artworks, textile prints and homewares. Caroline works with a variety of materials to create her products including wood, linens and ceramics onto which she applies her screenprints.

Alex Lee

Alex sifts existential woes through an obscuring pop-culture lens, producing portraits of real and imaginary icons.

Ruth McDonald

The work of artist printmaker Ruth McDonald reflects her interest in her local woodland landscape and the sea when illuminated by failing light and the moon to expose the traces left by past inhabitants.

 Lisa Jones

Lisa Jones/Loop screen prints bold designs and colours onto linen and cottons. Her range also includes cushions, planters and purses as well as prints on paper.

Ruby Green

Ruby's prints are inspired by a lifetime living by the sea and a practice of drawing every day.

Karen Radford

Limited edition abstract screen prints. Karen often combines her collage practice to produce screen prints using the photostencil process. When images are committed to screen she keeps the printing possibilities open allowing for spontaneity and chance to play a key role in the final image.
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Micaela Beatson

Micaela enjoys experimenting with colour and is inspired by patterns in nature as well as words to mix together art & ideas ranging from politics to self expression!

Heather Mathieson

Inspired by nature - be it a fleeting glimpse, or a magical encounter -
Heather’s work aims to highlight the wildlife found on our doorstep. Through
her prints, she tries to recreate those day-to-day interactions we have with the
natural world.

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