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A stroll along the steep hill, under the cherry blossom, along the concrete path past the angular stepped levels of the art college, peeping through the windows at studios and equipment.

This dry point print is based on an area near my childhood home; the art college at the top of the hill (KIAD, Rochester, Kent), where I used to go to shows with my parents, walk past it on the way to the park, jumping over the bollards as I went. The print is of the aspects that I remember the most; the stepped levels of the college building, the dark concrete path that wound its way through the hillside and the blossom trees with their angular branches in winter.

It is from a series of prints exploring the nature of memory and the role that photographs play in prompting and triggering memories and sequences of memories. I liked to explore the fragmented nature of our memories, how some aspects can be so clear while others are much harder to decipher.

Image size 10cm x 10cm
Paper size 38cm x 46cm (printed on a large piece of paper, means you can cut the paper down to fit a frame size of your choice)

Edition 2 of 10.

This print is sold unmounted and unframed and will be sent by Royal Mail 2nd class, wrapped in tissue paper, lightly rolled and posted in a rigid postal tube.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions and keep an eye on the other pieces in my shop, more prints will be coming soon.

Original dry point print - autumn tree and path leading past art college


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: zinc plate, etching ink, paper
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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