London's Riverside - Aquatint and Etchings

I find the built environment of all periods, set in the natural world, a captivating subject as a source of imagery in printmaking.

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Winches Etching & Aquatint
4.3 x 5cm; 1⅝ x 2"
Raising the London Eye.
Cannon Street Bridge - Etching
Wheels Etching & Aquatint
6.5 x 4.3cm; 2½ x 1⅝"
Construction site seen from the north side of the Thames.
Early Stage
Early Stage Etching & Aquatint
11.7 x 9.2cm;4⅝ x 3⅝"
The building of a replica of Shakespeare's Globe near its original location.

The New Globe Etching & Aquatint
53 x 34cm; 21 x 13½"
Medieval construction methods had to be rediscovered for authenticity.

The Globe Etching & Engraving
35mm x 43mm; 1⅜ x 1¾"
As it is today, fulfilling Sam Wanamaker's dream.
High Tide Etching & Engraving
35 x 43 mm & 1 3/8 x 1 3/4 "
The Thames cresting at Bankside.
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