Lino prints, wood engraving & paintings
As an artist, I try to capture the weather, the landscape and the pleasure of being outdoors. Much of my inspiration is from the North Norfolk coast and its nature reserves.
Creating hand printed linocuts using an Albion Press called Hettie, made by Henry Watts in Southwark, 1859. A few wood engravings, charcoal drawings and more recently acrylic and oil paintings escape from the studio from time to time.
Exhibiting in friendly independent galleries from Kent to Norfolk.
An elected member of The Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA). The SWLA is one of the art societies represented by the Federation of British Artists (FBA), The Mall Galleries, London.
Max Angus SWLA
Painter and printmaker
For many galleries their doors maybe closed, but their emails are still busy taking orders.
'The Society of Wildlife Artists exhibition 'The Natural Eye' has been interrupted due to the new Covid 19 Lockdown. All the artworks are available to purchase for a while longer.
Please see 'The Natural Eye exhibition 2020"
The doors to the Galleries are sadly closed to visitors. Many are still operating a click and collect, or just taking orders and requests for happier safer times. For more information on the galleries stocking my artwork, please see the Gallery page
Back in the studio
Back in the studio during lockdown, I've had to work through some of the sketches from a few years ago. 'Avocet One' started as a linocut and I still have the master plate sitting in the studio.
I thought the image would make a delightful silkscreen. Using the old fashioned way of producing a silkscreen with tissue paper stencils has resulted in an edition of only 15. 'Avocet One' has been joined by 'Avocet Two'. Both silkscreens size 14 x 18cm.