Sherrie-Leigh Jones is an artist and contemporary printmaker based in Brighton.
She creates limited edition and original prints inspired by nature and travel, with mountainous landscapes and the romantic sublime influencing her work. She’s interested in creating a journey through vast, imagined landscapes.
She creates hand cut analog collages and digital collages using her travel photographs, photos taken on walks in the English countryside and from walks around the local Brighton and East Sussex area, which are then combined with paintings, and occasionally found imagery. The finished compositions are then taken into the print studio and the final artworks are hand printed by the artist using printmaking techniques and processes such as screenprinting and cellulose transfer printing. Creating contemporary Japanese and Chinese style prints that are inspired by traditional Japanese and Chinese landscape paintings, woodblock prints and the kakejiku (aka kakemono), a Japanese hanging scroll, and in particular, Sansuiga (Japan) or Shanshui (China); paintings which depict an idealised landscape.
Jones exhibits in the UK and Internationally. In 2020, she was awarded an a-n Bursary: Time Space Money, supported by a-n The Artists Information Company and Arts Council England. Her work is held in Jeremy Cooper’s Collection and private collections in the UK, France, Germany, New York and L.A.
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