is a method of print making in which a stencil, or series of stencils, is attached to a screen of fine mesh, with areas coated with either an impermeable blocking fluid or paper, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface by using a rubber-bladed squegee.
Hover over an image to see details. Click on an image to make it larger. If you would like to buy a screen print please CLICK HERE to send an email. All prints are sold unframed.
All these screen prints are £75 - £130 (depending on size and complexity) each and are printed in VERY small editions of 4 to 20 copies.
New screen print: Bridge of Sighs, Dawn A reduction screen print on watercolour paper of the iconic Bridge of Sighs in Cambridge
This is a limited edition of 14 prints. Priced at £119 unframed it is available from the Masham Gallery. CLICK HERE to send an email if you would like a print.