Monthly Archives: October 2014


Lolana is a printmaker and painter living and working in London. The central tenet of her work focuses on the mystery of dreams, myths and the edge of reality, seeking to explore life, eternity and the sacred harmony of nature in human and animal form.

Lolana has had commissions and exhibitions both in the UK and abroad, including a recent group exhibition at the Chelsea Old Town Hall, as well as her solo show within ‘The Serbian Medieval Art’ exhibition in The House of Commons.

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Jenni Desmond

Jenni is a picture book writer and illustrator (The Zebra Who Ran Too Fast, Walker Books 2014) based in Hackney. Her love of texture, print and fabric has recently led her to ELP where she is hoping to create an exciting new body of print work.

Gabriela Gonzalez Larsson

I am a Swedish-Spanish fine art printmaker, painter and installation artist who works with different aspects of materiality. I am interested in politics of scale; the preconceptions we make to what is important and how it affects the way we impose hierarchy. My work combines notions of secrecy and minuteness, with those of devotion and essence, eternal stories and alchemy. Using craft and drawing processes, such as wood engraving, I make microscopical depictions that have lately been drawn to scapes of stillness, devoid of human imprint, where implications of brutality sit effortlessly, side by side with forms of delicacy. My experiments look to confront contemporary ideas of value; to me, the act of surfacing the overlooked is political, like the clandestine meetings that occur when the day becomes night, positioning the private within the public, generating a narrative of intimacy in collapsing excessive and extinct.

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Laptop 2 Screenprint


Get you head around preparing your artwork for screen printing with Helen Ashton! This course is for those who already know how to screen print but are looking to broaden their technical knowledge of screen printing using photoshop to produce digital artwork.
Course Starts 5th November – To book and for more info click here.

Maggie Warwick

Maggie Warwick studied Fine Art Film and Media at the Royal College of Art and has exhibited work both nationally and internationally. During her extensive career in film she has acted as executive producer and producer for many artists working with the moving image both in the UK and abroad.

She studied etching at Morley College and at City and Guilds London Art School and is currently in the process of setting up her own print studio in south London. She has exhibited prints at The Original Print Fair, Shoreditch Town Hall, East London Printmakers, The Morley Gallery and Print Jam 2014. Her work is held in the collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum and in many private collections.

Her work focuses mainly on the process of etching, using hard and soft grounds, aquatint and a variety of metals, engaging with the natural world, plants and stones in particular. There is menace intertwined with fragility and an underlying threat enmeshed with beauty. It is about survival, protection and the enduring desire to live.