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I hope you enjoy looking through my work!

If you would like to know more details about the processes I use, or a particular image I would be happy to chat!

If you would like a private view or to buy a piece of my work, please contact me via the contact form below or email me: info@ClareRogersPrintmaker.co.uk

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CHRISTMAS CARDS

Here are this year's Christmas cards! They have been hand printed from a linocut design featuring either a tree or a snowflake.

They are hand printed on recycled brown card and come with envelopes, packaged in a paper bag. Each card measures approximately 13.5 x 13.5cm.

The cards cost £2 each, or 10 assorted cards can be bought for £18.

Please use the contacts page below or email me to place an order. Thank you.



Dark Blue Snowflake Card


Linocut handprinted on brown recycled card.

13.5 x13.5cm


£2 each

White Snowflake Card


Linocut handprinted on brown recycled card.

13.5 x13.5cm


£2 each

Red Snowflake Card


Linocut handprinted on brown recycled card.

13.5 x13.5cm


£2 each

Green Tree Card


Linocut handprinted on brown recycled card.

13.5 x13.5cm


£2 each

M O N O T Y P E S

&  C O L L A G R A P H S

Monotypes & Collagraphs

My monoprints evolve from a variety of themes which I explore with drawing and painting techniques.

Realistic or abstract, these prints respond in a quicker more spontaneous way and produce unique images


Inspiration for my collagraphs comes from the countryside around me in Devon and Cornwall,

in terms of both land and sea.

My semi-abstract images are a response to the shapes, patterns, textures and colours in nature.


Drawings & Drypoints

My figurative drawings focus on natural objects and scenes, focussing on representation and detail.

The abstract images also feature great detail, but often zoom in on texture or shape and

involve use of repetition.


Drypoints are a beautiful way to develop and

expand my drawing techniques.

They allow me to experiment with mark making using figurative imagery.


Linocuts

Linocut offers an opportunity to experiment with the mark making of fine cuts. Combined with flat colour inking, the finished result is of contrast to the more painterly style of monotypes and collagraphs.


Initial work has focussed on flora.


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