Combine two seemingly opposite disciplines to make dynamic and expressive sculpture. Starting with relief printmaking, you then exploit colour, mark-making and personal imagery turning two-dimensional statements into multi-faceted objects by gluing aspects of the prints together.
Dale Devereux Barker studied printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art. His colourful work is exhibited internationally and he has undertaken large scale public art commissions for both public and private clients. Best known as a printmaker using lino, he has pushed the boundaries of this medium into sculpture, vitreous enamel, ceramic and the artists book.