Sheep may safely graze linocut - Hugh Ribbans Art Greeting Card
Hugh Ribbans trained at Canterbury College of Art and runs a graphic design business. Relief printmaking was his craft subject at college, particularly linocutting, and in 1989 he purchased a restored Columbian press, circa 1830. He now spends as much time as his graphic work allows, producing woodcuts and linocuts, mixing heavily grained wood - often driftwood - and lino in his prints. He has exhibited at the Barbican Gallery, the National Theatre, the National Print Exhibition, the Printmakers Council Open, The Society of Wood Engravers, the Society of Wildlife Artists and the Affordable Artfair.
Availability: In stock
Blank (no message) cards size 14cm x 17cm single card supplied individually wrapped with light brown envelope. · Printed in England either on recycled board or on FSC approved materials envelopes are made from 100% recycled materials and all cello packaging is made from corn starch and is biodegradable. · Publisher: Art Angels cycling cyclist
We found other products you might like!