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Celia Hart, artist and Illustrator.

November 6, 2010

You can tell by looking at the work of Celia Hart that she’s really inspired

by her surroundings. She not only keeps hens, has a walled garden for her vegtables,

and she even has a blog all about her findings in and around her studio you can see here.

Being based amongst fields and nature suits Celia well as all of these elements are

interpreted into her lino-cuts.

Based in Withersfield, nr Haverhill in Suffolk, Celia studied illustration & graphic design

at Brighton College of Art & Design and started her career as a designer & art buyer for a

major UK publisher. Since 1991 she has worked freelance, enjoying the opportunity to

work on her own prints & designs as well as commissioned projects.

She uses the traditional techniques of Japanese printmakers to produce her limited edition

block prints of animals, birds, gardens & landscapes.

There’s a lovely interview with Celia here on Acornmoon.

It sounds like the good life to me.

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  1. November 6, 2010 9:09 am

    Oh wow, these are beautiful. Makes me want to get the lino out…but no time ! Still cutting paper baubles….Good luck with the Book Fair ! Sxx

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