Angie Lewin sketches the plants she sees everyday during her cliff top walks. For Angie “the head of a plantain, one of the most mundane plants, is fascinating when you look closer.” Her drawings are the beginning of the print process, but she knows how the final product will eventually look like. When sitting on a riverbank, she starts thinking about the selection of colors for the blocks; “it is almost subconscious” she says.
source: crafts, the magazine for contemporary craft, march/april 2011, interview by Teleri-Lloyd-Jones.
and Angie Lewin