Category Archives: printmaking

“Nature Transformed” / “A Level” art for beginners

Over the last year, for an hour and a half each week, I have been privately tutoring an “A Level” Fine Art student together his younger sister. I began my academic career in a sixth form college,  where I taught

“Nature Transformed” / “A Level” art for beginners

Over the last year, for an hour and a half each week, I have been privately tutoring an “A Level” Fine Art student together his younger sister. I began my academic career in a sixth form college,  where I taught

Gravy Trains and falling leaves

It’s been far too long since my last blog but life has an irritating habit of getting in the way of writing for pleasure ! On the South Coast, it’s officially autumn, leaves on the trees are turning yellow, red

Gravy Trains and falling leaves

It’s been far too long since my last blog but life has an irritating habit of getting in the way of writing for pleasure ! On the South Coast, it’s officially autumn, leaves on the trees are turning yellow, red

Poems, paintings and prints

It’s been a while since I last posted, during which time I’ve contributed work to a number of group shows in a number of different galleries. My reason for not blogging has been simple, up until now I have found

Poems, paintings and prints

It’s been a while since I last posted, during which time I’ve contributed work to a number of group shows in a number of different galleries. My reason for not blogging has been simple, up until now I have found

Lino Cuts, Pubs and Exhibitions

“The Ship and Castle” Copyright Chris N Wood All Rights Reserved available from Jack House Gallery Old Portsmouth At art school, in the early 1970’s, I did a lot of etching and have since dabbled from time to time but

Lino Cuts, Pubs and Exhibitions

“The Ship and Castle” Copyright Chris N Wood All Rights Reserved available from Jack House Gallery Old Portsmouth At art school, in the early 1970’s, I did a lot of etching and have since dabbled from time to time but

Printmaking, Linocuts and Classic Boats

Not a particularly inspiring photograph of my desk in studio 3 Artspace Portsmouth – (the next photograph will be though) ! A new lino cut takes shape from a drawing that I made of HMS 33, a veteran of WW1,

Printmaking, Linocuts and Classic Boats

Not a particularly inspiring photograph of my desk in studio 3 Artspace Portsmouth – (the next photograph will be though) ! A new lino cut takes shape from a drawing that I made of HMS 33, a veteran of WW1,

Ben Ainslie

British Olympic yachtsman Ben Ainslie won a string of medals in five consecutive Olympic Games (1996-2012) and gold in the last four. His career began in 1989 when he entered the Optimist World Championships, held in Japan. This led to

Ben Ainslie

British Olympic yachtsman Ben Ainslie won a string of medals in five consecutive Olympic Games (1996-2012) and gold in the last four. His career began in 1989 when he entered the Optimist World Championships, held in Japan. This led to

3 prints, developers and an abandonned “workmate”.

  “The Ship Anson’ “The Hard” Portsmouth UK  ©www.chriswoodartist.com All rights reserved This week, in between organising next terms teaching and doing a drawing for the Fareham Art Trail,  I am drawing up ideas for three new lino cuts. The

3 prints, developers and an abandonned “workmate”.

  “The Ship Anson’ “The Hard” Portsmouth UK  ©www.chriswoodartist.com All rights reserved This week, in between organising next terms teaching and doing a drawing for the Fareham Art Trail,  I am drawing up ideas for three new lino cuts. The