The Creative Life / Y Bywyd Creadigol     

Artist Hannah Firmin has created a limited edition linocut print especially for Peak’s 30th anniversary. The Creative Life / Y Bywyd Creadigol features a view of The Old School over Crickhowell Bridge and celebrates the vibrant creative community of the town. All proceeds from print sales will support our Children & Young People programme.

Hannah is a graduate of the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art.  She has worked as a freelance illustrator and printmaker, working for a wide range of clients including many magazines, newspapers and publishers.  Hannah designed the covers of The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith. She always uses the relief print as her method of working, using either lino, vinyl or wood as the engraving/cutting material but combining the print with paint and collage.

www.hannahfirmin.com

 

 

Hannah provides inspiring workshops and masterclasses in Peak’s programme for adult learners and young people. Peak commissioned this new limited edition linocut print from Hannah in 2017 to celebrate our 30th anniversary, which you can buy online.

 

The Creative Life/ Y Bywyd Creadigol                       

Linocut print from an edition of 40

39cm W x 57cm H

Price £90 + postage

https://peak.cymru/shop/ 

By purchasing a print, you’ll be helping us reach more children and young people across Powys, Monmouthshire and Blaenau Gwent.

£90 will buy sketchbooks for 40 children participating in our Caban Sgriblio creative writing project that aims to build confidence and improve wellbeing.

Purchase a print directly from our online shop by 14 December to receive in time for Christmas!

 

 

 

The Creative Life

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