On 26th April, I posted news that preliminary printing had begun at Jack Lowe Studio of Paul Kenny’s summer show on the Isle of Mull. Well, printing of these pieces is now nearing completion and Paul’s work is looking as stunning and sumptuous as ever…
The works are made as Archival Digital Pigment prints (sometimes known as ‘Giclée‘) using the extraordinary combination of HP’s Vivera Pigment ink-set and Hahnemühle’s Fine Art Bamboo 290gsm paper. These prints truly are archival, with permanence standing at greater than 250 years. Deep, velvety blacks and rich, vivid colours make these very special pieces.
The prints range in size from a jewel-like 16×20″ up to the show-piece image—Iona Triptych—at 28×55″. These prints really must be seen, and what better excuse is needed to visit the beautiful island of Mull over the summer? The show, Mull Works, runs at the An Tobar Gallery in Tobermory from 14th July to 28th August 2010.
In the meantime, I have also put together a selection of the work, which you can view by clicking here.
Paul embossing and signing his prints at the studio:
Paul Kenny, long-standing client of Jack Lowe Studio, has recently returned from a trip to Mull, gathering new material in preparation for his show at An Tobar in Tobermory.
His beautiful new creations are already coming to fruition and, over the last couple of weeks, I have begun working with Paul on the initial printing of these new works.
Here’s a sneak preview of ‘Iona Triptych—Sacred Visualisation’, which will take centre stage at the show: