Clifton suspension bridge

Clifton suspension bridge

Continuing a line of bridge inspired work is another smaller rendering of the famous Clifton Suspension bridge designed by isambard Kingdom Brunel in the early nineteenth century, halted by the Bristol Riots and only completed after his death in 1864.

This is an early stage proof of a 15x10 cm zinc etching.


New works

This week l’ve created a submission for the upcoming 20/20 event organised by Hotbed press.

’Spitfire’ is a 20x20 cm relief print cut from a piece of flooring vinyl.


The other print is a first for me in having a traditional rosin aquatint applied by hand and using a ferric chloride Edinburgh etch on zinc and measures 25x20 cm
The subject is inspired by the Clifton suspension bridge in Bristol.