Perception is an integral part of my practice, I am curious and intrigued by the concept of communication and seek to visualise the invisible. Challenged and purposed to convey this I am inspired by the regeneration and back story of the Dishes on Goonhilly Downs, monumental steel structures, feats of engineering, dominating the landscape – a designated area of outstanding natural beauty of rare flora and fauna.
Printmaking and following in the footsteps of giants, physically engaging with the technique, process and materials is an evocative activity. Using photographic images, digitally manipulated, further re-visualised in true-grain, combined with other printmaking skills, I am able to create large site specific screen prints and etchings.
Combined screenprint portfolio.
Truegrain and photographic images combined to create a sense of time and space, site inspired .
A selection of woodcut prints.
The act of engraving images portraying man-made structures into an organic surface creating texture.
Photographic etchings, inspired by the man-made archetecture and landscape of Goonhilly Earth Station.
Painterly grounds and photographic screenprinting create a mix of process on a montage style visual image.
Selected work on rotational display.
A view of the curved corridor at Goonhilly Earth Station.
The GHY 52 project is recording significant events at Goonhilly Earth Station over the course of a year.
Images questioning the reason for the sudden appearance of 'noise' in a print.
Exhibition and project list. Artist statement.
This is a list of the projects, workshops and exhibitions that Paula has been involved with.