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Changing Seasons at St Pauls
Limited Edition 10 Colour Screen Print
Edition of 100
Sheet Size: H 38cm x W 37cm x 0.1cm
Hand printed by the artist onto somerset satin paper 300gms with deckle edge.
Please Note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look
Changing Seasons at St Pauls is a limited edition cityscape print by Clare Halifax. Halifax has produced a London inspired 10 colour screen print hand printed by the artist onto somerset satin 300gms with deckle edge.
To discuss an art commission or any of Clare Halifax’s art works please contact Deborah@wychwoodart.com or call 07799 535765 / 01869 338155.
The process involved in producing a print starts with an observational pen drawing of the subject being portrayed. Once this image is finished, it is then scanned at a high resolution and taken into photoshop. Here Clare will produce the different colours featured in the print through a series of layers with the any patterns that are presented being created especially for the piece. Once all the layers are achieved the next stage is producing the screen print. Each layer of colour is exposed onto a silkscreen by using a photo sensitive emulsion, creating a stencil on the screen. Using a screen printing bed that secures the screen in place, each colour is printed by pushing ink through the screen and registering it in the appropriate place, layering each layer until the final finished outcome seen here.
Clare Halifax graduated from Loughborough University with a BA hons in Printed Textile Design. This was followed by an MA in Multi Disciplinary Printmaking from UWE which saw her work develop into Limited Edition Prints. Focusing on cityscapes, landscapes, botanicals and animals. Within each piece of work, design, pattern and colour, play an important part, adding depth and decoration to create a unique overall effect. Clients have included V&A Museum, ‘Coast’ Magazine, Liberty’s, Tate Online, Farrow & Ball, John Lewis and the Berkley Group. Clare currently resides in London where she continues to be influenced by her everyday environment.
Size: H:38 cm x W:37 cm