Posts Tagged ‘floral’

Bird in Bloom Etching

January 27, 2010

New Year, new etching! I started etching again after long break at Christmas and it’s great to be back. I’ve been working on this one for some time and managed to print it for the first time last week. For any of you who are familiar with my work you will have noticed I have recreated the collage version of ‘Bird in Bloom’. All those long hours of drawing have paid off and I am really pleased with the results. You can find out more about the size and price by looking at www.elphicksshop

Flower Power

August 16, 2009

I’ve just finished this commission for a private client and I thought I’d share it with you. Photographs have been taken at Kew Garden and the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show, these have then been lovingly cut out and reassembled to create my own hybrid plants. At some point this will be published as a poster, I will let you know just as soon as it’s available.



On the Head

May 5, 2009

I am busy putting together images for my online store which should be up and running real soon. This is one of my favourite images by Julie Westbury, titled ‘On the Head No.4’. It is an original collage with cuttings from vintage National Geographic Magazines.  We have lots more here at Elphick’s at £118 each.



Julie Westbury ‘On the Head No.4’

Image size 21.5cm x 18cm. Paper size 29.5cm x 42cm £118


September 19, 2008

You can buy this print here too…..


24 Green Leaves

September 19, 2008

You can now buy this print online here. The print is shipped from the UK.



August 13, 2008

Earlier on in the blog I posted one of my new works under the heading ‘Fleur’. A collage created from some French Deco Wallpapers. I have spent hours cutting out the flowers to create my own floral arrangements inspired by the florist Contance Spry.
Here is the latest in the series which will get it’s first showing at my latest exhibition at the Wallner Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham.
It’s been reproduced as a limited edition Giclee Fine Art Print in an edition of 20.
The exhibition runs from Saturday 16th August to Sunday 21st September.