Yearly Archives: 2011

Rachel Clark


I am a painter and printmaker. The luminosity and intensity of colour which etching offers both in single and multi-plate images is at the heart of my work where colour is an experience. My work is an exploration of the elusive territory where the mind slips between what is known and what is imagined. The starting point may be an illuminating text or personal experience but the intention is to take the viewer on an internal journey rather than to tell a story.


BA (First Class, WSCAD) in Painting, MA in Printmaking (Camberwell College of Arts)


Printmaker’s Council Student Award


Artist in Residence at London Metropolitan University



  • Candid Art Gallery London, Il Bisonte Gallery Florence


  • The Royal Academy Summer Show 2009
  • Clifford Chance Award Show
  • Curwen Gallery London
  • Rectory Gallery London
  • ‘Printworks’ Unit 2 Gallery London
  • The Royal Academy Summer Show 2010
  • Printmakers Council Group Exhibition – Bankside Gallery London 28 June – 3 July
  • Chamalières Triennale – Chamalières Auvergne France 9 October – 27 November

Previous Exhibitions

Major open shows include New Contemporaries, John Moore’s XI, Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, National Portrait Gallery BP Portrait Awards, Pacesetters, and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.

Ian Scaife


In my work, I am interested in exploring the interplay between shape and colour, and I find screenprinting suits my intentions as it allows flat, hard-edged areas along with a reasonably large print size in comparison to other print methods.

My prints are made using paper stencils, which effectively means that the editions are very small – 5 to 10 is about maximum before the moisture in the ink begins to break the stencil down. The stencils themselves are cut from newsprint using a scalpel; a process I find very satisfying and which I think of as a means of drawing by cutting into the paper.

I am drawn to the bright, synthetic colours used in manufacturing: colour used in car production, for example and (despite my prints being in small editions) I like the notion that screenprinting can be, and is often used as, a means of industrial production.


I studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths and Liverpool College of Art
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Martin Mossop

Martin Mossop is an artist printmaker based in North East London.

His printmaking often originates from oil paintings.

He works in Photopolymer Etching, Screen Print, Watercolour and Oil Paint.

The work is influenced by film, photography, dreams and music.

Work can be viewed and purchased from