Author Archive | Cornelia

Red Nose. Sold.

Upcycling furniture: chest of drawers

Upcycling: Red Nose is one of those pieces of furniture that have done service for generations. I found it in the basement of an elderly couple’s house in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They did not want to bring it to their new downsized place. (more…)

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Blackfriars London. Drypoint print

Printmaking: intaglio print

London: walking along the Thames from the Tate Modern Gallery to the Oxo Tower, one passes under Blackfriars Bridge. The intricate construction details of its arches have always fascinated me, and I chose them as a motif for a small drypoint print. (more…)

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Interrogation

Sculpture: clay figures

This figure group is one of my earliest clay sculptures. The figures are built from clay slabs and mounted on a custom made steel base. It had been delivered highly polished. I’m not fond of this surface treatment so I left the metal base out in the open for a few weeks. (more…)

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Christmas card

Season’s greetings

To all visitors of my new website: Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year! Check back in 2017 to see what’s being created in my studio. You will find new original prints and paintings, and card reproductions of many motifs (among them this Christmas scene). (more…)

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Linoprinting workshop

Linoprinting classes

Are you interested in learning how to create linoprints? I’m holding the next workshop in my studio in Kettins / Coupar Angus, Perthshire on Tuesday, 28 June 2016, 11am – 3pm.  You’ll learn how to prepare the linoplate, develop a design in black and white, carve the image and print it. (more…)

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