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Artist:
Jim Anderson
Artwork materials: 
Lino-cut from old floor covering
Medium: 
Print
Artwork size: 
59 x 40 cm (84 x 59 cm framed)
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This is a celebration of the joys of reading. In 2002 I was building a mosaic mural in a hospital in Nairobi. Almost every day on my way to the workshop I would meet this young girl who was usually reading the Beano as she waited for her school bus. I did a couple of drawings from memory, and have placed a figure like her in a couple of mosaic murals. Recently I decided she should star in her own print. This is a reduction lino-cut in several colours, carved from a single piece of old flooring salvaged from a skip in Finsbury Park. The fact that lino was ancient and battered gave rise to many unexpected textures and effects.

Jim Anderson

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