Carol Nunan is a graphic designer turned printmaker working from her Hexham studio in Northumberland.
Carol is intrigued by colour, pattern, texture and shape; she's fascinated by the interaction between different printmaking media in a single print or series of works; the element of alchemy.
Carol's current work is evolving as she explores new ways to interpret old and new collagraph plates of the rural landscape. She's interested in man’s influence on the landscape, above and below ground; the way the landscape has had a spiritual significance over millennia on those living and passing through and how man has marked that significance on his surroundings.
Her new work brings together a fascination with the flora and fauna within both the rural landscape and urban and walled country gardens in monotype using plant material rather than pre-cut stencils and masks.