I’m a linocut artist who lives and works in North London. I create prints from the urban environments we live in and love buildings, plants and animals.
My latest work is pictured above, Notre Dame with the fire behind it, the tragic destruction of part of one of the world’s great cathedrals.
It’s easy to imagine, as I did, that linocutting is a cheap art form. It’s just lino. In extremis couldn’t I just rip up a bit of the bathroom floor? But no, it turns out you need a lot of it and there are all manner of tempting accessories. Who doesn’t need Swiss made cutting tools and a Japanese whetstone?