Carol Nunan is an artist printmaker whose studio - a converted barn on the edge of Hexham, Northumberland - is where she creates her original handmade prints and teaches printmaking workshops. Her prints sell through galleries across the UK and her work is in private collections in the UK, Ireland, China, New Zealand, and South Africa.
Carol's inspiration is the Northumbrian flora and fauna, the iconic Northumbrian castles, Northumberland’s Christian heritage, pre and post Roman archeology and the geology of The Whin Sill which forms the foundation of Hadrian's Wall just across the valley from her studio. Carol’s work is created entirely by hand using two printmaking media - monotype and collagraph. Unlike many printmakers Carol does not create an edition of identical prints. Her editions are 'variable editions' with each print a unique interpretation.