One bird, two birds, three birds and more....
Another bird themed print featuring 15 of our favourite feathered friends.
Scarce edition from 2007. Number 103 of an edition of 450.
Editioned and signed by the artist.
Paper size 24 x 33cm.
Please enquire if you would like this print framing.
John Dilnot has loved making art and experimenting with different media since early childhood. His curiosity led him to teach himself to screen print and make letterpress prints (with an Adana bought with loads of type for £10) in the garage at home and he used the larder to develop and print photographs.
Despite John’s interest in printmaking, his work is led by ideas rather than process, in particular the human relationship with nature. A childhood spent playing and rooting about in his grandparent’s large Kent garden left a lasting impression and remains the source of many ideas and work.
Dilnot studied graphic Design at Canterbury College of Art, followed by Fine Art at Camberwell School of Art in the early 1980’s. John focused on screen printing, exploring sequential imagery, which led to his first artists’ books.
He has sold his work through many outlets in this country and abroad. He has work in many private and public collections. Public collections include, Victoria & Albert Museum, Tate Library, British Library, Museum of Modern Art New York, Yale Center for British Art, Cedarhurst Center for the Arts, Royal College of Art Library, Winchester School of Art, University of Brighton and Hampshire County Council.