We hope you’ve been having a brilliant summer and continue to do so. August’s weather isn’t living up to what early summer gave us but we are keeping our doors open wide in the market.
Jennie Ing has hung a stunning selection of linocuts for her featured artist show which runs until Bank Holiday Monday 28th August.
Jennie continues to find inspiration in London, creating stylised images of iconic and much loved buildings in which the geometric patterns she sees in the architecture are highlighted using strong contrasting colours such as shocking pinks, midnight blues and acid greens.
Recently she worked on a series of Greenwich themed prints, and we’re proud that her St Alfege’s from Turnpin Lane was used as the front cover for the fold-out Greenwich map produced by The Village Map Company. Her three Greenwich linocuts are framed as part of her display, alongside other iconic places such as Canary Wharf (shown below), St Paul's Cathedral, Battersea Power Station and Waterloo Station.