Posts Tagged ‘screen prints’

Discovery in South London

July 13, 2011

I discovered the work of Penelope Kenny on my way to Intaglio Printmaker in South London this morning. In a small gallery on Union Street, a small selection of graduates from the University of Brighton were showing their work. Penelope’s was my favourite, and I’m hoping she might want to come on board the ship of Elphick’s. You can view her tumblr here.

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Easy Street

June 9, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

Either James Brown has been extremely busy or I’ve been incredibly slow to keep you up to date with his recent print releases. All present and correct now though, and there are some fine examples indeed. I think my favourite has to be ‘Pointers’, you’ll find me taking a right….how about you? All delivered straight to your door with a simple click on the online store.

Marcus Walters

May 10, 2011

Marcus has just released three new beautiful prints which are all available to buy right now by clicking here.

Autumnal

November 10, 2010

Autumn has to be one of my favourite seasons and this year the colour outside seems more spectacular than ever. You can add a touch of Autumnal colour indoors with the addition of these two fine screen prints by Marcus Walters. All details available here.

Rob Clarke Screen Prints

October 10, 2010

Rob Clarke ‘Wood duck’

Rob Clarke ‘Super Crazy Bird’

Rob Clarke ‘Crazy Bird’ (Colour)

Rob Clarke ‘Crazy Bird’ (Black and White)

Rob Clarke, the king of dog and bird paintings has turned his hand to silk-screen printing and has come up with these rather fine editions. More info here. You can see them in their full glory at the Multipied Art Fair which starts this Friday 15th October at Chritie’s.

A is for Anglepoise

April 28, 2010

Clara Lacey is one of the new artists at Elphick’s. She has produced three fantastic alphabets inspired by objects found in the Office, Garden and Kitchen, you can view all three at the online shop by clicking here. I’ve posted the Office alphabet which I’m rather fond of at the moment, it might have something to do with Y is for Yorkshire Tea, being a Yorkshire lass it’s my favourite tipple! These have been lovingly screen printed with the colour applied by potato printing.

Coming Soon

September 16, 2009

Lenna (David’s daughter) has been sending me some snaps of David Weidman’s serigraphs so that I can get an idea of the  different colour ways available. I have just placed a new order, the last batch sold out really quickly and as before these are all original screen prints from the 60’s and 70’s. I thought I would share a couple of them with you before they arrive. The first image is titled ‘Two Birds’ and the second ‘Cat and Flowers’. Copyright David Weidman 2009.

 

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Love Love Love Kate Gibb

September 3, 2009

Elphick’s is very pleased to announce the arrival of these fantastic limited edition screen prints by Kate Gibb. Commercially she is probably best known for the sleeve artwork she created for The ‘Chemical Brothers’ but her career has also seen her collaborating with ‘The Magic Numbers’, ‘Simian’, ‘Sonny J’ and fashion brands ‘Dries Van Noten’, ‘Levis’ and ‘Adidas’ to name but a few.

Her love of colour, pattern and the happy accidents that occur in the printing process are what makes her work so inspirational and individual. 

Having admired her work for some time it’s great to have her on board. These prints are a ‘must see’ and are already going down a storm here at Elphick’s.

‘Love’ is available in these two colour ways, in very limited quantities, at an extremely affordable £130 unframed, £200 framed. Print measures 50cm x 70cm.

You can buy Kate’s prints online here and have them delivered straight to your door.

 

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Marcus Walters

April 16, 2009

New this week are these really beautiful screen prints by Marcus Walters. Both are A4 in size and are signed and numbered in an edition of 10 for the first image and 15 for the second. £58 each. Mail order on 020 7033 7891.

 

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Dummy Cat

April 7, 2009

I was recently introduced to the work of David Weidman through my good friend Polly Banks. Weidman, who is based in Los Angeles was a prominent artist in the advertising and animation studios in the 50’s and 60’s. His works were produced as limited edition silk screen prints and I am looking forward to stocking these vintage collectables at Elphick’s, troubles is…. which ones do I choose? I had this trouble choosing Charley Harper’s work and I have a feeling that David Weidman’s prints are going to be just as popular.

Here is one of my favourites ‘Dummy Cat’ for you to enjoy for the moment and I will let you know just as soon as they have arrived.

 

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