Experience accessible methods for creating repeat pattern designs to print on paper. By following a few simple guidelines on creating a successful pattern, you will make an observational plant drawing to base your design on - either naturalistic or abstract. This is worked into a repeat, before cutting into a lino block, then printing a short length of paper using emulsion paints.
Hugh Dunford Wood studied at Ruskin School of Fine Art, Oxford. He is an artist and printer - on fabric, paper and wallpaper. He has painted and exhibited worldwide with work in the collections of the V&A Museum andThe Bodlian Library. He was Artist in Residence with the Royal Shakespeare Company, at the Globe when it first opened and latterly on Bermuda for its 400th anniversary. His wallpaper designs follow the Arts and Crafts tradition, learnt from Peggy Angus in the 1970s.