Richard III - This collage uses photocopies from a local tourist guide plus calligraphy and rubber stamps to create an image which has been used to
decorate a large flowerpot, aged with a craquelure varnish.
Stamp credits: Stampsmith, Collections by Julie Van Oosten

Oriental triangle tag - This tag
uses the chinese symbol for longevity and cadbury's wicked chocolate wrappers. (You have to eat chocolate in the name
of art!)  The background is created using a pigment inkpad in shades of
brown over the top of a print of the lino pillar (which was printed using the back of a spoon to rub the paper onto the lino).   Stamp credits: OM studio

Kimono tag
- This yellow tag was stamped with geometric patterns prior to layering two different kimonos which had been stamped onto japanese
patterned paper and cut out.  Stamp credits: kimonos,
D'Analen; pattern-Hero Arts

Lino Pillar - This is a traditional lino cut, printed using a press,
then scanned and digitally "cleaned up".

Apple Collage -
A still life made with torn up strips of old magazines
glued onto sugar paper
Richard 111/Glenda Waterworth
apple collage/Glenda Waterworth
lino cut, pillar/Glenda Waterworth
Orintal triangle tag/Glenda Waterworth
Kimona tag/Glenda Waterworth
Glenda Waterworth lives in the Teesdale area of County Durham, and has her own art studio "Graphicus" where she produces hand made greetings
cards and a range of decorative giftware to commission.

"I have a passion for colour and experience of a wide range of crafts. 
I enjoy silk painting, glass painting, mosaic, gilding, paper making,
embroidery, collage, batik, rubber stamping and I have a keen interest
in interior design which has led me to experiment with paint effects, faux finishes and stencilling.
I enjoy all aspects of printmaking, such as lino, woodcuts, monograph
and drypoint etching.  It is my ambition to save up enough to buy myself a printing press and learn traditional metal engraving techniques.

I'm currently working on a website and a series of images to do with
voyages, while trying to find the time to restore our Edwardian house
that has been sadly neglected.