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Medium: Pencil, Graphite

Size: 26 x 28.5 cms (10.24 x 11.22 ins)

Unique Hand Drawing

Published 2021

£795.00

Medium: Pencil, Graphite

Size: 26 x 28.5 cms (10.24 x 11.22 ins)

Unique Hand Drawing

Published 2021

£795.00

Medium: Pencil, Graphite

Size: 26 x 28.5 cms (10.24 x 11.22 ins)

Unique Hand Drawing

Published 2021

£795.00

Medium: Pencil, Graphite

Size: 26 x 28.5 cms (10.24 x 11.22 ins)

Unique Hand Drawing

Published 2021

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Eileen Cooper RA - Skipper, 2009

In this woodcut, Eileen Cooper demonstrates how medium and subject can synergise with fluidity and grace. Using Japanese bamboo barren to control ink and printing, the artist incorporates natural details of the process such as the emerging effect of wood grain.

‘Skipper’ is a testament of how open collaboration between artists can produce wonderful outcomes, as well as beautiful prints. The image was editioned with a fellow Rabley Gallery artist, Sara Lee, who Eileen has worked closely with. Printed on Torinoko paper, Eileen thanks close friend and printmaker Katsutoshi Tuasa for their instrumental influence in the print. 

“I wanted the process to be very direct and straightforward, keeping the colour minimal, deciding not to use multiple blocks and to let the cutting speak for itself. The 4 images in this series, in editions of 15, are all very fluid, in keeping I hope with the imagery of boats, water and journeys.” 

This work features in our new article, 'The History of the Golder - Thompson Gift and Rabley Gallery', celebrating a range of artists and our long partnership with collectors Dr. Mark Golder and Brian Thompson.  To read and see more wonderful prints featured in the Gift, visit the link in our bio!

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Eileen Cooper RA - Skipper, 2009 In this woodcut, Eileen Cooper demonstrates how medium and subject can synergise with fluidity and grace. Using Japanese bamboo barren to control ink and printing, the artist incorporates natural details of the process such as the emerging effect of wood grain. ‘Skipper’ is a testament of how open collaboration between artists can produce wonderful outcomes, as well as beautiful prints. The image was editioned with a fellow Rabley Gallery artist, Sara Lee, who Eileen has worked closely with. Printed on Torinoko paper, Eileen thanks close friend and printmaker Katsutoshi Tuasa for their instrumental influence in the print. “I wanted the process to be very direct and straightforward, keeping the colour minimal, deciding not to use multiple blocks and to let the cutting speak for itself. The 4 images in this series, in editions of 15, are all very fluid, in keeping I hope with the imagery of boats, water and journeys.” This work features in our new article, 'The History of the Golder - Thompson Gift and Rabley Gallery', celebrating a range of artists and our long partnership with collectors Dr. Mark Golder and Brian Thompson. To read and see more wonderful prints featured in the Gift, visit the link in our bio! #eileencooper #linocut #worksonpaper #royalacademy #prints #golderthompsongift #pallanthousegallery #rableygallery #collectart #ownart #buyart #artwork #contemporaryart #newyear #christmas #artgallery #pallanthouse #britishart #printmaker #exhibition #patronage #ocean #explore #discoverart #discovery #boats #sailing #swimming #adventure #artist
Sara Lee – Within Reach, 2019

Sara Lee’s artworks present the world with transcending beauty. These are ephemeral landscapes, inspired by walking and working from the land. Achieving harmonic glimpses of warm light, Sara Lee’s colourations aim to transport the viewer to distant domains and familiar lands. 

Within Reach is a woodcut made from two Japanese ply blocks. The image is carved, sanded and distressed with wire brushes from the blocks and then inked with five closely related colours in blended bands.

“My images are a response to the ephemeral nature of the land and question our profound emotional and physical relationship with it, often reflecting a point of dramatic change in light – at dusk or dawn, in moonlight or an approaching storm. Within Reach is part of a series referencing the compelling, yet illusive, line of horizon viewed across water, that can never be reached.” – Sara Lee

This work features in our new online article, 'The History of the Golder - Thompson Gift and Rabley Gallery', celebrating a range of artists and our long partnership with collectors Dr. Mark Golder and Brian Thompson. To read and see more wonderful prints featured in the Gift, visit the link in our bio!

#saralee #landscape #worksonpaper #printmaker #printmaking #prints #golderthompsongift #pallanthousegallery #rableygallery #collectart #ownart #buyart #contemporaryart #modernart #christmas #artgallery #pallanthouse #britishart  #exhibition #patronage #featured #discover #nature #ocean #dusk #sunrise #artwork #gallery #newyear #explore
Sara Lee – Within Reach, 2019 Sara Lee’s artworks present the world with transcending beauty. These are ephemeral landscapes, inspired by walking and working from the land. Achieving harmonic glimpses of warm light, Sara Lee’s colourations aim to transport the viewer to distant domains and familiar lands. Within Reach is a woodcut made from two Japanese ply blocks. The image is carved, sanded and distressed with wire brushes from the blocks and then inked with five closely related colours in blended bands. “My images are a response to the ephemeral nature of the land and question our profound emotional and physical relationship with it, often reflecting a point of dramatic change in light – at dusk or dawn, in moonlight or an approaching storm. Within Reach is part of a series referencing the compelling, yet illusive, line of horizon viewed across water, that can never be reached.” – Sara Lee This work features in our new online article, 'The History of the Golder - Thompson Gift and Rabley Gallery', celebrating a range of artists and our long partnership with collectors Dr. Mark Golder and Brian Thompson. To read and see more wonderful prints featured in the Gift, visit the link in our bio! #saralee #landscape #worksonpaper #printmaker #printmaking #prints #golderthompsongift #pallanthousegallery #rableygallery #collectart #ownart #buyart #contemporaryart #modernart #christmas #artgallery #pallanthouse #britishart #exhibition #patronage #featured #discover #nature #ocean #dusk #sunrise #artwork #gallery #newyear #explore