Jane Kendall 1968 - 2018
It is with great sadness that we have to share the news that Jane died at the end of October from an aggressive cancer diagnosed in Spring 2018. Mike (her husband) and Becky (her best friend) will be keeping Jane's amazing work alive using her original linocut blocks, ink recipes and hand colouring techniques. Once the older signed stock has been sold, prints will be available exactly as before, but unsigned. Many many thanks to all who have bought and enjoyed Jane's work over the years. She loved you all.
After a difficult year in 2018 we are taking a little extra time to regroup over Christmas and New Year. We aim to reopen the shop on 15 January 2019. Happy New Year everyone!
Birds in flight are a favourite subject for me, and swallows are not only a beautiful shape but also hugely symbolic. They represent the flight of the soul, freedom. I've combined them with poppies, the flower of hope.
I have deliberately kept the image minimal, I like the simplicity of the shapes in black and red.
It is hand printed on hand made lokta paper in two layers. The image measures 10cm x 26cm and the paper is approx 16cm x 32cm. Each print is signed.
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