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I welcome you into my imagination and hope you have a pleasant stay. My name is Holly Skinner, I am a Graduate from UCA Canterbury, specialising in the field of Printmaking and Photography

Raised in St.Margartes-at-Cliffe a seaside village, and from a very young age has always had a fondness for creative making and photography. Influenced essentially by surroundings, places visited and books read to as a child .

I love design, illustration, and making things by hand. It has been an incredible journey creating my own brand name. I use a range of different mediums, from screen printing, resin casting, drawing to digital arts. I like to cross borders and explore with materials and techniques. I love to experiment with different colours. I often imagine what people and objects would look like if they where coloured differently. Screen prints…

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  • Joined August 19, 2012

Favorite materials

paper, tin, cardboard, ink, water colour, wild models

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About

I welcome you into my imagination and hope you have a pleasant stay. My name is Holly Skinner, I am a Graduate from UCA Canterbury, specialising in the field of Printmaking and Photography

Raised in St.Margartes-at-Cliffe a seaside village, and from a very young age has always had a fondness for creative making and photography. Influenced essentially by surroundings, places visited and books read to as a child .

I love design, illustration, and making things by hand. It has been an incredible journey creating my own brand name. I use a range of different mediums, from screen printing, resin casting, drawing to digital arts. I like to cross borders and explore with materials and techniques. I love to experiment with different colours. I often imagine what people and objects would look like if they where coloured differently. Screen prints that I have creatived are abstract, dynamic and colourful. Some come about spontaneously, They are the results of energetic impulses. Others hold strong, prominent inflences throughout.

I also think It's important that a picture tells a story, that you get your imagination spinning. That a picture is just a tiny window into an unexplored world.

Why Rabbits in waistcoats?

Fascinated with Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass

“If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?”

So you see, the time has come to talk of many things: Of shoes and ships - and sealing wax - of cabbages and kings



please visit my website www.rabbitsinwaistcoats.co.uk

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