• 06/02/2013

    Francisca Prieto's art work Between Folds / British Birds is featured in EL IBÉRICO GUIDE

    La London Art Fair: Arte Emergente al alcance de todos
    Between Folds / British Birds
    A History of British birds by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Vol II, 2nd Edition, London, George Bell & Sons, 1870

  • 18/01/2013

    Kazuhito Takadoi featured in Upon a Fold

    Australian blog about artists and designers working with paper

    "Kazuhito Takadoi uses handmade washi and homegrown grass to create these beautiful hand-threaded works. He attributes the lush natural environment which surrounded him as a child growing up in Nagoya Japan, to be a strong influence for his desire to use only natural materials in his work today. Kazuhito is a horticulture and art graduate – this sounds like a match made in heaven to me!"


  • 08/01/2013

    Katherine Jones shortlisted for The Art's Foundation Fellowship Award 2013 in Printmaking and awarded "Printmaker of the Year"

    Katherine Jones has been shortlisted with three printmakers for The Art's Foundation Fellowship Award 2013 in Printmaking.
    She has also won the 'Printmaker of the Year' award and residency as part of Printfest which takes place in Cumria in May this year.


    VICTORIA BROWNE, DAWN COLE, KATHERINE JONES and ISABEL ROCK have been shortlisted for the 2013 Printmaking Fellowship.

    The winner of the award will be announced...

  • 03/12/2012

    Monica Fierro in The Portman Magazine

    Now that's a novel idea

    ....Monica's practice is inspired by embroidery, sewing, textiles and clothes-making. Her books reveal feminine characters, particularly from the illustrated English books of the 18th century.
    Her heroines appear from the curled-up or folded cut-out pages, transforming into exquisite sculptures. Although many of the characters are tormented or dramatic, a sense of humour and mischief permeates the work.

  • 02/12/2012

    Monica Fierro in La Tundra Magazine

    On Books

    Monica Fierro's art lies in a skilfully handling of paper transforming her books with interventions in real worlds, many times much different from those originally created by their authors. Monica creates 3dimensional scenes through folding, cutting and inserting small figures and characters which magically come to life, evoking a feeling of innocence and frailty.