Sunday, 30 October 2016
I'm very pleased to have had a print selected by the National Print Council for the National Print Archive and forthcoming exhibition in Scarborough. More details to follow...
Currently exhibiting a woodcut/collagraph at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Gallery, Birmingham until 12 November
At the RBSA opening of the Print Prize Exhibition: 'Our biennial Print Prize exhibition aims to champion and celebrate the exciting range of contemporary printmakers producing original printed artworks within the UK.'
Open until 12 November 2016.
Wednesday, 28 September 2016
Monday, 19 September 2016
Sketching early evening at Cortona Square
strong colours in Cortona square
Wednesday, 31 August 2016
The waterfall at Furnace, near Machynlleth, Wales.
I started by drawing with a white gell pen on the toned paper and then added gouache.
Sketched in a short dry spell between very, heavy rain. We were camping in a field and were fine but 3 or 4 fields away from us the grass was totally under water.
There is an interesting mid-18th century charcoal iron furnace next to the waterfall and sometimes you can the the waterwheel in operation.
Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Thursday, 30 June 2016
A is for Aber
I am exhibiting at Aberystwyth University 13 August-Monday 29 August as part of their two-week Printmakers Jamboree.
It will be held in the Seddon Room in Old College and the dates were chosen to coincide with this year’s Celf Ceredigion Art Trail 2016.
Sunday, 29 May 2016
Saturday, 21 May 2016
'Charming exhibition from Linda Nevill at Wolverhampton’s Asylum Gallery' reviewed by Katherine Dixson
'I’ve just taken the opportunity to view printmaker Linda Nevill‘s Florilegium: my garden exhibition at the Asylum Gallery in Wolverhampton. Tucked away up a side street in the Chapel Ash quarter, the single-garage-sized space is entirely white, letting the artwork tell its story in peace...'
My charm of goldfinches
|Linda Nevill and Katherine Dixson|