W e l c o m e
Elaine Winter is a Nottinghamshire based artist who mixes traditional and experimental printmaking processes with other media. Her work is based around investigations of how we, as humans, relate to each other, with a focus on the uniquely human ability to express empathy.
She works as an arts educator throughout Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire schools, is part of the team of artist practitioners at Inspire and is an Associate Artist at both Nottingham Lakeside Arts and New Art Exchange. She teaches adult workshops at Nottingham Playhouse and Secret Garden Studios Newark. She has experience of working with all ages from early years upwards and has worked with able and disabled adults, including those living with dementia and people receiving hospice care.
Elaine is originally from Middlesbrough, studied for a degree in the Practice and Theory of Visual Art at Chelsea College of Art & Design. She has had solo exhibitions, exhibited with Newark Fine Art Printmakers and had work selected for international print shows and is a winner of the Harley Prize. She is a member of the NewWork collective.
Recent Art Workshops and Events
Below are a number of examples of recent workshop events I have delivered. Click on play in the top left corner of the photo below to see more. For more information click on my Learning tab and if you have an enquiry for a workshop please click on Contact.
NEWS: LINOCUT (Jan 29) and CREATIVE PRINTMAKING (Feb 26) adult workshops (see LEARNING for more info)
Exhibition: selected for 15 Shades of Grey (Printmaking to celebrate Frank Connelly) Feb 24-Mar12 Morley Gallery, London (see ABOUT for more info)