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The Moon & The Sledgehammer P18

The Moon & The Sledgehammer P18

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Artist: Lucy May Schofield

Medium: Screenprint

Dimensions: 38 x 49cm (Framed)


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  • About this print

    Screenprint & collage print presented in a light coloured wood frame, strung on reverse ready for hanging.

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    A collaboration with French-Canadian artist Guillaume Brisson-Darveau, a dialogue in print using mokuhanga. Silkscreen and collage. Printed at Kala Art Institute, California, 2016.

  • Lucy May Schofield

    After graduating from London College of Printing in 2002, Lucy was awarded a two-year funded residency at Manchester School of Art, where she also worked as an Associate Lecturer until 2010. In 2011 Lucy relocated to Japan, where her interest in printmaking developed. As joint recipient of a British Council International development award in 2015, Lucy initiated a collaborative project at IMPACT 9 Printmaking Conference in China. The project travelled to Southern Graphics Conference International (SGCI) in Portland, USA in 2016. Later that year Lucy was awarded a one-year residency with VARC (Visual Artists in Rural Communities), in a remote part of Northumberland where she is still currently based. Lucy leads printmaking and book arts workshops around the UK.

    Residencies at Scotland’s Hospitalfield, California’s Kala Art Institute, NES in Iceland and VARC in Northumberland have informed an exploration into durational work in combination with printmaking. Lucy has attended three artist's residencies in Japan, at the Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory where she has studied Japanese woodblock printmaking since 2015. Her works are held in public and private collections including Tate Britain, Yale Centre for British Art, Stanford University, Chelsea College of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, State Library of Queensland and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Recent works have been presented at Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, The Royal Academy Summer Show, Art Toronto, The London Art Fair and The International Mokuhanga Conference in Hawaii, where Lucy was joint-recipient of the Awagami Paper Prize. In 2020 Lucy was the winner of the Flourish Award for excellence in Printmaking from West Yorkshire Print Workshop, awarded a solo exhibition at Huddersfield Art Gallery in 2021.