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Blaze Cyan

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 


Working within the mediums of drawing, etching, and woodcut, my subject area is landscape. Having a particular fascination with ancient trees, the portrayal of time and the beautiful grotesque. I identify with ideas of mystery, the dark woods and the impossible lifespans of veteran trees. I like to work in intense detail, exploring every facet and texture of the subjects. The technique of etching has an unpredictable nature and I find it best to work with the processes allowing them their own input into the work. Drawing in charcoal I also identify with the relationship between the image and substance used to create it.

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Artwork for Blaze Cyan

Croft Castle I

Croft Castle IV

Croft castle III

Croft Castle II


Wellington Woods


Chapel Gallery Bromyard
For you what does being an artist mean?: 

Being an artist means freedom, my work begins as an exploration, a love of being present in the landscape. I spend many hours walking and gathering sensory information, collecting interesting pieces of twisted wood and stones, memories and ideas. Its about the process, calming and concentrated, and the opportunity to communicate the love I have for nature in a way that I hope will inspire others to appreciate it too. Teaching is also an important part of this process, not just passing on technical skills, but interacting with other artists, enabling a deeper understanding of my own work.

CV & Education: 

2014-17           Printmaking Fellow                       City & Guilds London Art School, London

2013-2014       MA Fine Art (Distinction)              City & Guilds of London Art School, London

1989-1992       B.A. (Hons) Fashion Design         University of Westminster (Harrow College) London

(Full CV, exhibitions, publications and awards available on my website:

Practice & Activities: 
I mainly work on my own self-directed studio practice, but also undertake private commissions that are in line with my work. I teach etching at Putney School of Art. I’m a member of an artists group called ‘The Arborealists’ an international group of arti

2016    Time & Tide                                      Wellington College, Berkshire
2018    The Arborealists                               Black Swan Arts, Frome, Somerset
2018    London Original Print Fair               Royal Academy, Piccadilly, London, W1
2018    Print Rebels (RE)                              Bankside Gallery, London SE1
2018    RE Originals                                      Bankside Gallery, London SE1
2017    Arborealists:The Art of Trees          Bermondsey Project Space, London SE1

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