As a sort of fun afterthought and to break my new studio in, I’ve been working on an artist’s book recently. It’s called A WINTER’S TALE after one of Jeff Price’s poems in his INFINITE THREADS book. I only had room for one of the four verses, but I loved his use of alliteration, and his use of words like WARTS and WRINKLES which seem to reflect my work rather well.

INFINITE THREADS was a collaboration between Jeff and photographer Chris Collister. He took them and turned them into poems that spoke to him personally and politically. So, a bit like someone in a relay race, I felt it would be apppropriate to take one of his poems and use it with my work. This project could run and run……


About rosalind marchant

I am an artist - I am a printmaker and I make abstract etchings. I live in a small village in south west France that is surrounded by miles of varied and colourful landscape ..... which is fortunate because my prints are inspired by the colours and patterns in that landscape.
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2 Responses to A WINTER’S TALE

  1. Looks wonderful Ros, fabulous cover and what I can see of the illustrations.

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