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  • I am capable of coating, exposing, cleaning my screens and operating a vacuum table.
  • I am capable of safely handling intaglio equipment.
  • I am capable of operating an Albion relief press.
East London Printmakers

Philomine Wales

Philomine Wales’ work explores the textures and surfaces eroded through use and time, finding inspiration in both the macro and micro patterning of landscape and domestic objects. It considers the visual linkage between rural buildings, and traditional textiles, whose stories are narrated through the various rifts, rips, fractures and schisms that they have experienced, together with the visible interventions made in their preservation. Wales combines both relief and intaglio processes allowing the layering of colour, and the potential of combining transparency with opacity. Her current work uses recycled or discarded materials to construct woven and stitched collagraph plates. Wales’ work moves between apparent abstraction to images based on more representational elements, aiming to capture an impression or idea - a visual metaphor - rather than reproducing a likeness. Wales trained and worked as an architect, before studying Print at Morley College. She had work selected for V&A ‘Inspired By’, RE Masters: Etching, and regularly shows with The Print Makers’ Council and East London Printmakers.

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