Handprinted

I believe that art is made by people for people. That's why I focus on the handmade. That's why my prints are hand burnished, without a press.

Since the advent of corona I have been studying print making in my atelier and it has opened up a whole new world of ideas and possibilities for me. In a former life, studying Textile Design & Design Management in Manchester, I focused on printed textiles, working in a textile company, separating my designs for the screen printing process by hand for my degree show. Now, many years later, its a joy to come back to printing, this time on paper. I don't believe in making a large print run - it needs a lot of strength to print by hand. And I don't believe in making the print run identical. That's the beauty of doing it by hand. I can always try out a new idea on the same run, making a series that is on the whole similar, but not identical. Just like no human being is identical. So that the prints retain their "humanness" and don't become machine made. 

The first collection that will be available here is "Reclaiming the Feminine | Woman in Wood" which will also be exhibited at the Sprützehüsli, Oberwil from 11th Nov. - 11th Dec. 2022. The prints will be available online from 11th November. 

Watch the creation of the "Reclaiming the Feminine | Woman in Wood" prints here.