Artist’s Books
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Iceland: Part I
Trevor Woods

Following an eye-opening trip to south west Iceland in November 2019, Trevor has undertaken a series of paintings inspired by the unique scenery, landscapes, and buildings. He has published his first book which features paintings from this series as well as photographic imagery from the journey.

Containing 54 pages, the books measure 21cm square and each one is signed and marked as a limited edition /100.

Available to purchase online via Trevor’s website
Afloat & Ashore
HJ Jackson

'Afloat & Ashore' is a 144-page hardback book on the work and life of Norfolk printmaker HJ Jackson.

As well as a 24-page biographical section, illustrated with images from his youth and examples from his early portfolio, the book gathers together the bulk of John's fantastic linocuts of fishing boats, railway buildings, Norfolk landmarks and glimpses of a Norwich long since lost to redevelopment.

Detailed captions explain the stories behind the prints, and John's highly individual printmaking technique is set out - including the fabled tobacco tin used to burnish his prints.

This book is a must for anyone interested in the work of this master craftsman; in fact, it’s a must for anyone who loves art and/or Norfolk!
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HJ Jackson

In this new book, HJ Jackson exposes his fascination with the failed M&GN railway, the redevelopment of Norwich in the late 1950s, the varied architecture and landscape of rural/coast Norfolk and the colourful paraphernalia of the fishing industry.

This is not simply a collection of linocut prints, but a showcase of the sketches, paintings, preparatory drawings and prints that form John's artistic process, taking the reader from the first idea to the final linocut – although many ideas never made it to the printmaking stage.

A fascinating insight covering
160 pages and made in Norfolk.
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Graham Clarke

The absent-minded artist’s life is not without its hazards and drinking one’s paint water is certainly one of them
Graham Clarke

Stavanger and the beautiful county of Rogaland in South West Norway is dealt with in Clarke’s unique style.
History of England
Graham Clarke

History has, until now, tended to be written by historians. This, Graham Clarke claims, has lead to a rather biased view of events.
Pop into the gallery where we have handling copies of all our books. You can also find ‘flick-throughs’ on our Instagram feed.

We are happy to offer a mail order service - UK p&p for books is £4.50 - and can accept payment by most debit and credit cards over the telephone, or via Paypal or online banking. Click here to email us, or give us a call on 01328 711609.
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On the A149 Coast Road at the junction to Warham, Wighton and Walsingham .
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