330mm x 330mm
Relief Print on Irish Linen
Collection by appointment - contact R-Space to arrange
This is a drawing inspired by my travels through The Glens of Antrim, capturing the ewe, isolated in a flock of many. The image is cut directly into a salvaged black or white floor tile from the recent refurbishment of the great hall at The National Trust's Mount Stewart, and printed onto Irish linen. The oil based ink adds richness and depth the hue "blue-black". Each print is titles and signed in pencil.
About The Artist
Lucy Turner is from Bangor, Ireland, and holds an MFA from the UK’s University of Ulster. She worked in WSW’s Etching studio, using salt etching and chine colle to create abstract prints and paper sculptures inspired by the cultural and environmental landscape of Rosendale. In Ireland, Lucy works with underserved children, inmates, and hospital patients on commissioned public sculpture projects.