Caeli Tolar & Eleanor Marshall.
What they have to say about their work;
I create linocuts. These are carved blocks, rolled with ink and then printed by hand. I first came in contact with this art form in South Africa, where I grew up. Linocuts are a perfect medium for a strong social message. And the bold imagery of a linocut goes well with activism. When I lived in London, I learnt to make my own and I’ve been making them ever since. Most of us are familiar with traditional prints from illustrated books created before the digital age, and so they also hold an enduring, self-sufficient quality. I love sharing my work locally, and I’ll also have some paintings up!