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Screen Prints for Charity

In 2017 I undertook to make regular prints, the proceeds of which would go to different charities. The prints were inspired by events from current events and passages from the book of Matthew. For sales, please visit the Dot and the Line online store.


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Created for the ‘World Turned Upside Down‘ group exhibition in Leeds, October – November 2017. This is a visual poem created in response to the Beatitudes – Jesus words setting out what his kingdom was to be about.

Taking inspiration from the lives of Edinburgh women as they transcend poverty, homelessness, harassment, bullying and structural inequality. This work is a representation of the joy, beauty and wisdom that breaks down barriers.

This work comprises of nine hand pulled two colour screen prints.


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The Butler Print

This print was a commission from the City of Edinburgh Methodist Church, who gifted a print from the edition to a lovely couple who were moving away from Edinburgh. The print was designed to complement a 200 year old etching of the original church building.

30x40cm. Printed area approx 20x30cm.

This is a hand pulled four colour screen print.

Edition of 30

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This print emerged from a practice of engaging in screen print as a ritualistic activity and allowing innovation and uniqueness to form from layering multiple transparent inks.

82x59cm Framed size

A unique collage of screen prints with gold leaf detail.