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A linocut illustration of stone-built farm buildings
A greetings card with a linocut of a fishing boat, photographed on a windowsill next to some shells
A linocut of a blue sky, with broken sunset clouds across it
My square logo, a pale grid of nine bottle oven linocuts with the words Dail Awyr Prints on top.

I enjoy the process of making prints. Be it etching, screenprinting or linocut, I love the craft of making the plate or screen almost as much as seeing the finished image. Originally from Cardiff, I graduated in 1993 from Staffordshire University with a degree in Fine Art Printmaking. I also met my husband while studying, and we decided to make our home here in Stoke-on-Trent. Family commitments took priority for several years, but I gradually eased myself back into printmaking with linocuts, and am now exploring further possibilities working with relief and intaglio printmaking at home.

Originals and cards are available from:

The Find Me on Folksy logo with bunting

UK based handmade art and crafts online store

The PM&AG logo, for the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Home to important artworks and ceramics, and co-curator of the Staffordshire Hoard. They have a selection of my cards in the gift shop.

The circular logo for Josiah and Co, white flourish text on a black disk
My red and yellow linocut of Gladstone Pottery Museum as a button for the link to their website

Staffordshire artisan products at World of Wedgwood in Stoke-on-Trent

The Dudson Museum logo, with their bottle oven in green to the side

Home of the Great British Pottery Throwdown, a cultural icon of


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A museum inside a bottle oven telling the story of the Dudson brand, and a gallery area with a selection of local artisan arts and crafts.

Our favourite independent theatre,

based in Newcastle-Under-Lyme


Local history museum, tea room and gallery in a historic home, set in parkland in Newcastle-under-Lyme

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