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In the Sand Dunes

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Kate Heiss
In the Sand Dunes
Linocut

Edition of 50
Image Size 30 x 30cm
Mounted size 40x 40cm
Oil based inks on 300GSM Soft white Somerset Velvet Paper
Signed and dated on the front

Mounted
Unframed
Edition numbers may vary from the photo.

Please note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.

Printed in a soft cookie dough brown this print is inspired by the beautiful sand dunes at Holkham Beach and the wild rose at Brancaster Beach and Scott Head Island. The seagulls circling overhead are looking for your picnic!

Linocut Print – A relief printing technique where lino is cut, inked and rolled to create an inverse relief print, generating the image as seen.
This print has been reproduced as a greeting card in full colour for the Nature Trail Range at The ARTfile.

Kate Heiss is a contemporary Printmaker & Designer creating limited edition screen prints and linocuts on paper.

Kate studied at the Royal college of Art, graduating with an MA in
Textile Design in 1997. She then worked for a wide range of
fashion brands before setting up her own printmaking
studio in 2011.

Kate creates dynamic, vibrant, illustrative prints inspired by
her love of birds, flowers and nature of the landscapes of East Anglia.
Her work is handmade in her studio in Hertfordshire and regularly
exhibited across the UK.

Kate’s artworks and surface pattern designs have also been
used by many familiar Stationery and Homeware brands.
Her clients include, Museums & Galleries, The ART File,
Art Angels, Woodmansterne, Camden Graphics, Athena,
Rewrapped and John Lewis.

Recently Kate has completed several private commissions
and has had her work featured in a variety of books.

Size: H:40 cm x W:40 cm

Kate Heiss is a textile designer and print-maker who has worked with a wide range of fashion brands including Fenchurch, Miss Selfridge and the Japanese fashion designer Michiko Koshino. Then in 2011 Kate set up her own printmaking studio. Her approach to design and printmaking stems from a love of florals, geometric patterns and bold colours often found in textiles. Much of her inspiration comes from the natural landscapes of East Anglia. Working in a variety of techniques to create her distinctive style, she describes her style as “Vibrant, illustrative and quirky.”

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