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Jenny's work mainly features the urban environment and the places she knows best. It is an interest in architecture and a fascination with the way space is taken up in our cities that inspires Jenny's work, as well as the patterns, repetition and colours found in the built environment. Some of this interest occasionally spills over to lead to work of other subject matter. Jenny works in relief print, a hand process involving cutting away areas from the surface of a flat block of Iino, inking the remaining area and printing from this on to paper.
As far back as he can remember Hashim always painted, encouraged as a child by parents who nurtured creative thinking. Having left art college, Hashim pounded the streets of London with his portfolio, he found an illustration agency to represent his work and started producing artwork for magazines, book publishers and design firms. Hashim won various awards for his paintings and exhibited at London's Mall Galleries, with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, and the Society of Marine Artists. His approach to painting has changed over the years from extremely detailed work to a much bolder, freer, impressionistic style. His first book on acrylic painting, published by Search Press, entitled 'Vibrant Acrylics' was published in 2012. He is represented by various galleries nationally.
Rachel Clark works as a freelance book designer and artist/printmaker. After an Art Foundation course at Brighton College of Technology, she studied Illustration and Printmaking at Edinburgh College of Art. She is a Sussex based artist who loves to draw and travel. Prints emerge from her location drawings and images take on a new life as she experiments using printmaking techniques including screen-printing, etching and lino-cutting.
E. H. New
New was born in Evesham Worcestershire. He studied at the Birmingham Municipal School of Art. He became known in the 1890s as an illustrator in the black-and-white style of the Arts and Crafts movement. He speciahsed in pen and ink drawings of rural and urban landscapes, old buildings and their interiors, architectural features, and also designed bookplates. In 1895, New was invited to meet William Morris at Kelmscott Manor, and went on to provide design work for the Kelmscott Press as well as illustrating Morris's two-volume biography by J. W. Mackail. Between 1896 and 1914, New provided hundreds of illustrations for over 50 books for various publishers. He also taught drawing to T E Lawrence ('Lawrence of Arabia'). In 1905, New moved from Evesham, the place of his birth, to Oxford where he started work on a series of drawings of the University of Oxford colleges, a project which was to occupy him for the rest of his life and remained unfinished.