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Exhibitions:
Derek Holland
a restless beauty

19th June to 4th July 2015

Derek Holland Exhibition

Ian MacCulloch

After studying at Northampton School of Art, Ian McCulloch has worked as a teacher, freelance designer, finished artist/illustrator and computer printmaker.

Ian MacCulloch artistFine art prints - Hare Alert

Title: Hare Alert.
Artist's proof stunning image of hare caught in the moonlight.
Medium: drypoint using pigmented ink on archival paper.
Size: 29 x 23 cm
Price: SOLD

Artist Ian MacCullochFine art print - The Lunatic

Title: The Lunatic.
Artist's proof close-up of hare under a bright moon.
Medium: drypoint using pigmented ink on archival paper.
Size: 30 x 24 cm
Price: £150.00

Original ectching by Ian MacCullochTree and Furrows

Title: Tree and Furrows.
Artist's proof beautifully coloured etching of tree in a field with sky and cloud backdrop.
Medium: etching on archival paper.
Size: 30 x 24 cm
Price: SOLD

Leaping HareMacCulloch dry point etching

Title: Leaping Hare.
Artist's proof running hare caught fully stretched across the moon.
Medium: drypoint using pigmented ink on archival paper.
Size: 30 x 37 cm
Price: £150.00

Daisy FieldSoft focus etching by Ian MacCulloch

Title: The Daisy Field.
Artist's proof soft focus etching with daisies in the foreground giving way to hazy sunshine.
Medium: etching on archival paper.
Size: 30 x 25 cm
Price: £150.00

In recent years etching has come to be Ian's primary vehicle of expression. Many of his etchings utilise traditional techniques and processes, but a large part of his work remains experimental. The computer has stimulated explosive experimentation in printmaking and the visual arts generally. Much of Ian's work involves the manipulation of the digital image, and for Ian personally, modern technology sits well with the traditions of the art form and serves to enhance the mystique and beauty of the subject.

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