Angie Lewin - Blue Meadow linocut

Angie Lewin - Blue Meadow linocut- Ths one uses thin but dark lines and passtell colours. It looks through contour lines and the colour is evenly spread.

'Tassel Hyacinth' - watercolour drawing by Angie Lewin

Angie Lewin has used bold watercolours here to show the basic shape of the flower as well as the black detail below. The different weights of line show a quality by emphasising the shade on the far side of the stalks

Watercolor drawing by Angie Lewin.

I like the detail in the feathers it compliments the braken and the other plants in the print. The dusty colours mhach. It is a collection of her interpretation of wooland natural.

Angie Lewin Lino cutting

Angie Lewin working on her St Paul's linocut. Think this would also translate beautifully in clay.

This still life is very interesting and doesnt even look like water color was used in the first place. i was drawn to this because of the realisticness of it.   -Thomas

From this Friday I'll be exhibiting a series of new watercolour drawings alongside my limited edition prints in an exhibition with Emily Sutton and John Maltby at Godfrey & Watt in Harrogate.

Angie Lewin

Sleep reflection essay on community Writing 24 October 2014 Reflection Paper: Sleep. And what can your local church do to better communicate God’s love to your community.

Angie Lewin

Winter Birches - screen print by Angie Lewin (UK) - printmaker Image size: x Edition size: 85