Alexandra Buckle at Botolph Art Hub

Colourful Linocuts of Woodlands, Water & Japan
Kinkaku-ji, linocut by Alexandra Buckle

I am inspired by countryside walks and the changes in weather and season upon the landscape. Themes for my work include woodlands and trees, water and reflections, flowers and fields and more recently a trip to Japan. My work is impressionistic in style; I aim for colour, light, depth and detail.
Nearly all of my prints are reduction linocuts which are multi-layered relief prints with layers of colour which are cut and printed from the same block of lino. More recently I have explored multi block linocut, drypoint etching and painting in acrylic.

I am exhibiting and demonstrating at the Botolph Art Hub alongside 5 other talented artists: Helen Savin, Hilary Audus, Becky Gouverneur, Kim Major-George and Peter Keegan. Meet the Artists Days are on Sat 12th and Sat 19th June. Late night opening on Fri 18th until 8:30pm.