Monthly Archives: February 2018

Sally Beaumont – Sacred and Profane

By richardhatfield |

Sally trained at Hornsey College of Art under Michael Rothenstein and Bartholomew Dos Santos at the Slade School. Her expertise and repertoire as a printmaker has expanded over time generating deep layers of imagery. Sally’s etchings and lithographs can be described both  as decorative and chaotic. Her subject matter is eclectic, ranging from medieval Christian Symbolism, acid-etched metal armour, to fashion and horsemanship in Renaissance Europe. These influences combine to create a series of collaged prints that are both personal and distinct.

The Owlery

By richardhatfield |

Created by Benjamin Partridge, The Owlery focuses on the development of surface pattern design, developing complex or interesting surface patterns from single motifs. He uses lino and wood cut techniques alongside screen printing to create textiles, ceramics products and fine art prints. The Owlery products are predominantly inspired by the British woodland and current affairs relating to the protection of British animals and insects, as well as a general fascination by the world around us.

Benjamin designs, makes and sells textile, ceramic and paper products which are functional and visually appealing with just a hint of whimsy, as well as original fine art screen and lino prints.

Benjamin has exhibited at trade fairs as well as retail shows over the last few years but this is the first time The Ropewalk has showcased his work bringing you a vibrant collection for Spring 2018.

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