Lucy McLauchlan Prints -Linocut on Archival Paper
Dial House linocut collection by Lucy McLauchlan
(read about the project here)
Editions of 40
200 x 160 mm
Linocut on archival paper, 210gsm
Signed and numbered by the artist
Cut at Dial House, 2019 / Printed in Birmingham, 2022
British born Lucy McLauchlan makes site-responsive prints and large scale paintings that have covered multi-stories throughout Europe, gigantic billboards in Guangzhou, gallerias in Japan, buildings in The Gambia, public gardens of London, Rome and Moscow, Italian water towers, a Norwegian lighthouse, Detroit car park and abandoned NYC subway tunnels. Established from a DIY background with Matthew Watkins (aka Beat13) she draws inspiration from her immediate environment, allowing it to inform and direct what is an intuitive and explorative process.
She is co-founder of Beat13 with Matthew Watkins; established as an autonomous platform for self-initiated projects. Working closely together, Watkins has produced award-winning films revealing an intimate insight into Lucy’s practice; Tacit, Metropolis Art Prize, New York (2010); New Zealand, Flatpack Short Film Awards, UK (2018).
Part of Print Matters exhibition