Pam has exhibited her linoprints at Chantry House Gallery for the last eight years and I have continued to be impressed by the quality and variety of the work that she has produced and continues to produce. We had planned to hold a solo exhibition for Pam this year, which unfortunately was postponed due to the current situation we are facing with the coronavirus pandemic. However, I am pleased to announce that we are holding an online exhibition of her work, which includes almost the whole portfolio of Pam’s linoprints. I am also delighted to be showing five new prints that are now available to purchase through our website.
“My work is informed by the rural, urban and coastal landscapes of North Yorkshire where I live and work. Areas of the Northumberland coastline are also an important source of inspiration, providing an environment full of diverse and exciting colours and textures. Close observation of birdlife and seasonal changes in the landscape also inform my work.
Engaging closely with the printing process, I layer several blocks of line, colour and texture to create a series of proofs, using semi-transparent inks in subtle colours. Negotiating the balance between these layers leads to the gradual realization of my images”. Pam Grimmond
2016-2018 M.A. Visual Arts: Printmaking. Camberwell College of Arts, London.
2011 B.A. (Hons) Applied Creative Design. Leeds Metropolitan University.
1974 Certificate of Education. St. Peter’s College of Education, Birmingham.
1971 Foundation Certificate in Art and Design, Burslem School of Art, Stoke-on-Trent.
Residencies and Awards
2018 Artichoke Print Workshop Award.
2014 Flourish People’s Award for Excellence in Printmaking.
2012-2013 AA2A Artist in Residence, Harrogate College of Art and Design.
Selected publications and commissions
2018 Resurgance & Ecologist magazine, March/April. Linoprint Skylark illustrates ‘The telling sound of Spring’ by Kate Blincoe.
2016 BBC Countryfile magazine, April. Linoprints Nest and Flight accompany article’ Swallows’ by Stephen Moss.
2014 Slightly Foxed. Cover design for Autumn issue of the quarterly literary magazine.