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Mary Webb

Mary Webb has always made prints as a distinct activity but related to her paintings. She starts from a format explored in specific paintings that in turn lends itself to be translated into the screen print medium. Both the selection of colours and structures of juxtaposed hard-edged forms can be translated to the precision and process of printmaking. This attention to visual relationships is remarkable and the process is one of collaboration with master printmakers such as Mel Clark and more recently Kip Gresham.

Mary’s journey in printmaking started in 1968 at Norwich School of Art (now Norwich University…

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