After a career in interior architecture Adele moved back to her home town of Hexham, where she now lives and works.
In 2018 she won the Founders Award at Printfest and is now well-known for her landscape-inspired monotype prints.
Adele has tried her hand at various print-making techniques, initially concentrating on photo-etching, then turning to monoprinting.
Much of her inspiration for her textural, atmospheric original prints comes from the Northumberland landscape. At her studio at The Hearth at Horsley, she can be seen constantly experimenting and tinkering with the printing plate until an image reveals itself.
Adele says that the often unexpected and surprising results are a bonus, helping to create a unique, original print. Each one is an unrepeatable image, making it a one-off piece of art.
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RED GLOW TO LEMON YELLOW