Trevor Haddrell is the very popular Bristol based engraver. He works on vinyl using wood engraving tools to produce this beautiful work. Born in South Yorkshire and trained at Bath Academy of Art, he became Head of Art & Design in Bristol schools. From 2000 he became a professional artist. In addition to his black and white techniques with lino-cuts and wood engraving, Trevor works in pen and ink,...
Hardcover: 112 pages
Publisher: Redcliffe Press Ltd; First Edition edition (October 10, 2002)
Package Dimensions: 10.9 x 9.9 x 0.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 8598038
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watercolor, pastel and acrylic. One print, the first of a set of large-scale panoramic engravings of Bristol, won a major prize for outstanding merit in the National Print Show (RWA, 1997): another won a prize in 2006. He has become an elected member of the Society of Wood Engravers. He was Artist in Residence at the Records Office in Bristol in 2005 when he produced his largest engraving, a rooftop view over 8 feet in length. He has now produced well over 100 different views of Bristol and environs. Trevor has had many shared and one-man shows in Bristol and elsewhere. He has shown his work at other venues around the UK and also in America. His work is held in permanent public collections at the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery and the Theatre Collection at Bristol University. Panoramic Bristol contains 50 impressions, as well as details and decorations, including reproductions of Trevor Haddrell's breathtaking virtuoso panoramas, measuring up to four and a half feet in length, of the City Centre, the docks, the arching hillside of Cliftonwood, Brandon Hill and the Avon Gorge spanned by Brunel's suspension bridge. Many of the familiar scenes depicted here will reveal unexpected detail on close examination, and the artist has attempted to view most of the subjects from unusual vantage points, so as to offer new perspectives on the city. Some of the engravings date back to the mid-1990s but most were commissioned especially for this book.