An award winning calligrapher and botanical artist. Clients include The Royal Family, National Silver Collection and Diana Ross.
Molly Lemon is a printmaker who specialises in wood engraving. This technique has a rich history and was invented in the 18th century to go along side movable type on conventional printing presses. This meant illustrated books were more widely available and at a affordable price.
Molly has always loved the immediacy of printmaking, the feeling of excitement and anticipation when she peels back the first proof of a block never goes away. Printed in small editions these miniature artworks depict little scenes you’ll want to step into.
Molly engraves onto English box wood and lemonwood using traditional tools to create detailed designs inspired by wildlife and the natural landscapes surrounding her. The block is then inked up and printed using her 150 year old Albion press.
Nat produces bold and lively woodcut prints inspired by her passion for wildlife. She carves her blocks out of MDF with linocutting tools and prints them individually by hand. Her designs depict characterful creatures and often contain a feeling of movement and vitality.
Lorna trained at Liverpool John Moore’s University and worked as a graphic designer and freelance architectural illustrator. Building on this experience she worked in traditional watercolour for a period producing paintings of many places in the Southwest and West Midlands.