CATRIONA BRODRIBB PRINTMAKING

 

 

About me:

I began learning about printmaking at the Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford in the late nineteen seventies, where I fell in love with the alchemy of it. My printmaking tutor had been at SW Hayter's Atelier 17.

 

I continued with post graduate studies at Wimbledon School of Art (UAL).

 

I work part time at Oxford Printmakers Co-operative as a technician/manager.

 

I worked as a part time print technician and variable hours tutor at Oxford and Cherwell Valley College (OCVC-Banbury Campus) for nearly 13 years.

 

I run printmaking classes at Oxford Printmakers.

 

I have participated in numerous exhibitions.

 

I have run many 'outreach' classes, working with all ages and abilities.

 

I have worked in a consultancy capacity, advising on setting up print studios.

 

Generally my ideas are derived from things such as text, industrial landscapes, archaeology and still life.

Printing plate litho at Wimbledon School of Art.

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