Hand printed linocut print
Edition of 15
Dimensions: 30cm (H) x 30cm (W) / 11.8" (H) x 11.8" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Hand printed by me, here in my Blue Mountains Studio, on Japanese Washi Paper.
Influenced by the “bulging” prints of the pioneer of Geometric Abstraction & Op Art, Victor Vasarely, the images have been given the Lynda Hyde twist.
The Prints are small enough to be slotted into any space, yet large enough to make a bold statement in any room.
It’s a run of just 15 prints for each image, individually hand signed, titled and numbered.
The Image size is 30 x 30cm, with the paper size 45 x 45.
We have sent Prints all over the world – California, London, New Zealand.
Note 1 – Prints are unframed (Photos of framed prints above are for for example purposes only)
Note 2 – As these are hand printed, there can be slight variations in each print.
Hometown: Blue Mountains
Based in: Australia
Lynda Hyde has had a career in the Arts for over 40 years, as an artist, set and costume designer and as a performer in Contemporary Dance, Mime & Magic.
On leaving school she trained in drafting and worked for a time in the Australia Square offices of Australia’s foremost modernist architect Harry Seidler. This led to a fascination with the geometric form and modernism, which she then explored through painting, dance and graphic design.
She also worked with her husband Timothy for many years in their entertainment company Achieving the Impossible, travelling and performing Magic and Illusion Shows extensively in Australia and abroad. Highlights included performing as the opening act for entertainment legends - James Taylor, Whoopie Goldberg and Shirley MacLaine.
As well as performing, Lynda was responsible for the companies costume, prop and set design using her design skills in publicity and promotional material. She also freelanced for many other performing artists and companies.
As a Printmaker she spent many years exploring the “Reduction Process” also known as "Suicide Prints." She is currently experimenting with bolder block prints, using positive and negative space, different colour combinations and orientations to create stunning modernist style, limited edition prints.
Her current paintings are larger Geometric Abstractions in acrylic. These explore the Perception of Movement, Shifting Planes and Points of Focus. There is an intersection between Op Art, Hard-edge Geometric Abstraction and Colour Field painting that she loves and her larger works reflect this.
The work grows from the early European pioneers in the field of Perceptual Abstraction; Victor Vasarely, the father of the Op Art movement, and Zanis Waldheims and his “Geometrization of the Exhaustive Thought.”
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