Spent time this afternoon at Anthony Ratcliffe's exhibition 'Shoreline and Watershed' - just me, very peaceful there, which matched his lonely woodcuts rather well. I'm not so keen on the larger and more coloured images, but I like those with a limited palette, obviously including simply black and white. I was also pleased to see his artists' books and his (at least, I think it was his) quiet poetry, of which I was previously unaware.
I make prints and book arts, though nowhere near as often as I'd like - no good reason, just an inability to get on with things. I occasionally go on about landscape (with which I am mildly obsessed) and various of its elements, and I like to pass comment on exhibitions I visit.