Theresa Pateman    

 

After studying art at Thurrock, and Coventry School of Art & Design, Theresa worked as a freelance Illustrator using Linocut and Monoprint, editioning for artists, and learning about etching techniques. Together, with a group of fellow graduates, she was awarded a Prince’s Trust Grant to set up a Silk screen Workshop. Theresa eventually established her own etching studios in Kingsgate Workshops, Kilburn.  She also formed Printmakers Inc. in 2010 with a group of established printmakers and is currently teaching printmaking at Hampstead School of Art.  She has exhibited throughout the UK including the Royal Academy, Mall Galleries: “Originals” & “Bite” and the Barbican. Her work features in collections at the V&A, Metropolitan University, and worldwide.
 

  • Theresa says,
    "I have recently enjoyed shaping my plates and working in a circle instead of a square which naturally makes a big difference to the type of image chosen. The astronaut floating above the moon to the first dog in space!  From a printmaking perspective I love the glowing colours and textures that inks can create on paper. I work in many different mediums, but prefer soft ground etching.”

  • Update 2020

  • This year my thoughts keep turning to the beach. When I think of where I grew up in Gillingham, Kent. The nearest “beach” was The Strand, a pebbly stretch that was part of the Medway, or “Mudway” as we called it. Swimming was not enjoyed in that water, but in the nearby freezing Lido. We also had day trips to Margate, Ramsgate, and Dungeness! Which has its’ own beauty, with a mournful lighthouse foghorn. In those days it wasn’t famous for anything else other than the power station – we didn’t stay long.

  • The beaches in Pembrokeshire are much more beautiful sometimes due to their geographical remoteness, but also because they are part of the coastal national parks, they remain unspoilt.

  • The beach at Broadhaven is a place I most frequently visit, as the name implies it is a broad stretch of sandy seascape, with fascinating rock pools at its’ fringes.

  • Water patterns and sandy textures are a current feature in my prints, but above all escape into the imagined underwater worlds.

'C' is for Cat

Drypoint

19 x 14.5cms £100

'D' is for Dog

Drypoint

19 x 14.5cms £100

Baby Elephant and Penguin (available in pink, blue and green)

Chine Collé on textured Somerset paper

10 x 8 cms £55

Zebra foal (available in pink, blue and yellow)

Chine Collé on textured Somerset paper

10 x 8 cms £55

Beach Buddies

£150

Photo Etching Aquatint softground
Approx 21x14.5cms

Beach Bodies

£150

Photo Etching Aquatint softground
Approx 21x14.5cms

Photo taxis

Etching

£90

One Wintry Night 

Etching  £50

13 x 8.5 cms

Starry Night Thameside

Etching £100

26 x 18 cms

Winter Tree 

Etching & Drypoint £150

30cm diameter
 

Rapunzel

£100

Oxo tower from Gabriel's Wharf

Drypoint £150

44.5 x 32cms

Cat in a Box

£100

Lavender Field

Drypoint  £90

20x12 cms approx

Love Birds

Drypoint £90 

20x12 cms approx

New Jammy Dodger

Etching £80

10 x 10 cm 

Sun & Shade

£100

Photo Etching Aquatint softground

Approx 18x15cms

Original Jammy Dodger

Etching £80

10 x 10 cm 

Love the Beach

£160

Photo etching & Aquatint

approx 21x25cms

Lunar Dive

£200

Photo etching/Aquatint

Image size:26x36cms

Swimming Selkies

28 x 21 cms

£160

Lunar Swim

£200

Photo etching/Aquatint

Image size:26x36cms

Underwater Selkies

28 x 21

£160

Sea Air

Love amongst the flowers 

Etching  £80

14 x 19.5 cm

Waiting for the phone

Etching £100

20 x 18 cm

Southbank Printmakers

Unit12, Gabriel's Wharf,

56 Upper Ground,

London SE1 9PP 

 

Tel: 020 7928 8184

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