My prints have gone to the pub!

One last bit of awesomeness to end the year: here are my prints hanging in the newly and beautifully refurbished The Drummond at Albury.

This glorious gastropub is nestled in the Surrey Hills and well worth a visit—not just for the prints, though it’s always nice to see them in person—I have it on very good authority that the food is delicious and the wine lists are pretty awesome, too!

Many thanks to Kim at Peach Pubs for reaching out and the lovely photos are by Case Eames.

Now you can buy me a Ko-fi

A black and white close-up photo of the surface of a mug of hot beverage. On the top, bubbles formed when the hot water was added have collected into a heart shape.

I’ve just got myself a Ko-fi page!

If you haven’t heard of it, Ko-fi helps people who make things get support from the people who like those things.

ko-fi.com/lbprintmaker

If you like my prints and cards, please consider buying me a “coffee” to keep me in ink & paper. The site also lets you set up a campaign, so I am currently working towards getting the ‘Instruments of Hope’ series framed.

Thank you! *raises mug in a toast to lovely followers*

My prints are available as greetings cards

Us artists appreciate all our sales, from greetings cards to original prints. So why not buy yourself something made by named hands today? The person you buy it from will probably* do a little happy dance.

Linocut prints reproduced on greetings cards. The cards are fanned out so that you can see there are six in the pack and there are linocutting tools above and to the left of the cards
A spine-down view of linocut prints reproduced on greetings cards. Three cards are facing the middle from the top and three cards facing the middle from the bottom.
A reproduction on a greetings card. The original linocut relief print of a brown trout jumping out of stylised water, mouth open, in the act of catching a mayfly
A reproduction on a greetings card. The original linocut relief print showing a cock pheasant stands in summer grasses with his tail towards the viewer.
A reproduction on a greetings card. The original linocut relief print of a pair of ducks. The duck is resting in front of the drake who is behind her with a slightly quizzical tilt to his head. They are resting in a bed of flowering daisies, grass and plantain leaves.
A reproduction on a greetings card. The original linocut relief print of a red squirrel standing up and facing the viewer with his tail up behind him and his forelegs almost touching on his abdomen
A reproduction on a greetings card. The original linocut relief print showing an otter swimming and creating a wave starting in front of his nose which is towards the viewer.
A reproduction on a greetings card. The original linocut relief print of a barn owl standing on a weathered post head slightly tilted listening for prey
Pack of six greetings cards
Pack of six prints on greetings cards (fronts)
The Catch on a greetings card
The Prize on a greetings card
The Brace on a greetings card
Red on a greetings card
The Bow Wave on a greetings card
The Listening Post on a greetings card
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Pack of six greetings cards
Pack of six prints on greetings cards (fronts)
The Catch on a greetings card
The Prize on a greetings card
The Brace on a greetings card
Red on a greetings card
The Bow Wave on a greetings card
The Listening Post on a greetings card
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*Okay, definitely, so go on—treat yourself to a pack of cards so I can do the “made a sale” boogie!