Jamie Frost MRSS
vailable directly from this website, You can own small prints and sculptures created by Jamie. An affordable artist’s edition is the ideal gift or the perfect way to begin your own art collection. All pieces can be purchased from this website. Exclusive editions will only be available from here and are often time limited. UK postage is included in the price, please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like international shipping.
This is my first ever limited edition fine art print. I’ve taken the #artistsupportpledge - for every £1000 I make from sales during the COVID-19 crisis, I will spend £200 on the work of other artists. I’ve made this edition of a drawing specifically for this purpose. The print is A3, slightly smaller than the original drawing. Printed using archival inks on Hahnemühle Rag paper, I’m issuing a very limited edition of 15, signed and numbered.
Drypoint, edition of ten, printed area size 30 x 22 cm with 10 cm margin and a deckle edge. Signed and numbered.
Drypoint is a process of scratching fine lines into a metal plate by hand. The plate is inked and wiped down such that the lines fill with ink. This is then transferred to damp paper with a press.
Snippets, volume 1. Exclusive edition.
Black Walnut and poplar, various dimensions (3-4 inches)
The first series of abstract sculptures. Available for a limited period from this website only. These playful pieces derived from experiments made in the studio. They were hand cut, turned, threaded, polished and painted.
Woodcut, edition of fifteen, printed on fabriano rosapina, size 30 x 22 cm.
A woodcut image is cut in relief from a piece of wood. The raised areas are inked up and the image is transferred to the paper with a press or baren. This is the artist’s first woodcut.
Snippets, volume 2. Exclusive edition.
A new edition of small wooden abstracts. These mini sculptures have the working title ‘Patisserie’ and will be available in 2020. The sculptures will only be available for six weeks.
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