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For Ian Phillips who works principally in linocut, this was an opportunity for him to try a completely new and different medium and it was curious to see how his approach to drawing and planning would be affected by use of lithographic crayon and tusche in lithography. Creiglyn 2014 by Ian Phillips was printed as a five-run lithograph, printed from stone and from plate in an edition of 30 impressions. During the last few years Ian has been involved with the group Pine Feroda, an unique collective of five artists based in Devon and Cornwall, working together to produce collaborative prints on a huge scale – these prints have been a knockout success at The Royal Academy Annual Exhibitions in London.


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Craiglyn - Ian Phillips 2014

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