Colour of Place

Abstract circluar screenprint by Emily Ketteringham inspired by the colours of the landscape around the Bungle Bungle range in Western Australia
17°29’34.4”S 128°25’54.8”E (Bungle Bungles)
21 colour screenprint, 55x55cm, edition of 10 £280
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circular screenprint by emily ketteringham. bold lines of colour radiating from the centre.
22°57’58.0”S 116°58’53.7”E (Cheela Plains)
28 colour screenprint, 55x55cm, edition of 10, £280
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Circular screenprint by Emily Ketteringham. Sky blues and earthy tones
16°13’01.5”S 128°21’54.1”E (Durack)
21 colour screenprint, 55x55cm, edition of 10, £280
27°24’31.4”S 117°54’15.4”E
25 colour screenprint, 55x55cm, edition of 10, £280
circular screenprint showing the colours of the Northumberland landscape. the colours radiate in triangles from the outside of the circle, meeting at a point off set from the centre. printed by Emily Ketteringham
55°13’13.3”N 2°17’45.2”W (Highgreen, Northumberland)
26 colour screenprint, 55x55cm, edition of 13, £280
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Abstact circular screenprint by Emily Ketteringham inspired by the colours of the Welsh Landscape seen from Sugar Loaf Mountain
51°51’42.2”N 3°03’21.5”W (Sugarloaf Mountain, Wales)
28 colour screenprint, 55x55cm, edition of 12, £280
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This series of prints is about the importance of colour within memory. It is about being in the moment, drinking in the colour of a landscape, letting the colour be all there is. Although each print is inspired by a specific place that I have been to, my hope is that the colours and abstract shape will evoke memories of different places for each viewer. There is a link under each print to take you to more information about it.

All prints are limited edition, screen prints, hand pulled, signed and numbered.They are printed on 300gsm, Somerset Satin soft white paper with water based ink.

All work is for sale. Please visit this page if you would like to buy a print.

“The ambition within these works is just amazing. The technical ability to produce a 28 layered screen print is mind boggling. I love the way she layers the colours which beautifully compliment each other.” – Jack Bullen, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair Director