York Open Studios 2015 Exhibition

Thank you to everyone who visited the open studios exhibition and purchased some of my work! ūüėÄ

If you didn’t have a chance to visit the Open Studios event, all of my new prints are now up on my site. To view, visit the¬†Prints page.

To view my exhibition shots in full, please visit my York Open Studios exhibition page.






Images of my own work from the YOS 15 event.





Work by Lauren Glynn for the YOS 15 event.


For more information visit¬†Lauren’s website.


Experimenting with melting and bending perspex



Carrying on with my material experiments, today I am melting and bending my perspex etchings to give them a sculptural form.

To shape the melted perspex I have bent steel sheets into a range of different curved formations. These metal shapes will act as a template for the perspex to mould to when it is hot.

I am pleased with the results of these experiments and am hopping to create similar work on a larger scale for my degree show.




Working on a new series of prints to go on sale for the York Open Studios exhibition!

Here I am printing from a variety of different shaped and sized leaves.

If you would like to make your own leaf prints,


Here is what you will need:

Printing ink                              Pallet knife

Olive oil                                    A small paintbrush

Ink roller                                   Work bench

Glass surface                            White spirit

Paper towels                             Rubber Gloves

Printing press                            Paper

Drying rack                                Leaf(s)

Here is what to do:

  • Use the pallet knife to scoop out some ink onto the glass surface.
  • Pour a small amount of oil over the ink and mix well with the pallet knife.
  • The oil should have thinned the ink out slightly.
  • Apply a small amount of ink onto your leaf with the brush.
  • You may need to dab any excess ink off with a paper towel.
  • Place your paper onto the bed of the printing press with the inked leaf faced down onto the paper.
  • Lay the felt sheets over your paper.
  • Pull the print through the press.
  • When your print has come through the other side of the press, carefully lift the felt sheets and take the leaf off of your paper.
  • The ink should have transferred the details of the leaf onto the paper.
  • You may need to adjust the pressure of the press to achieved your desired print.
  • When you are ready to clean away, use the white spirit to remove the ink from the glass surface, pallet knife and brush.


To view my prints please visit my Prints page.


Happy Experimenting!

York Open Studios 2015 Announcement

I am pleased to announce that I will be partaking in York Open Studios 2015.

To celebrate the 14th anniversary of the Open Studios, the event will take place across two weekends in April and has an extended number of 95 exhibiting artists.

¬†The Open studios event is open to all members of the public and gives people a chance to see the rarity of the artists’ studio and how each artist¬†creates their work.

From the 17th – 19th April and 25th – 26th April my work will be exhibited within the Arts Foyer of York St John University.

Weekend 1

Friday 17th April

6pm -9pm

Saturday 18th April

10am – 6pm

Sunday 19th April

11am – 5pm

Weekend 2

Saturday 25th April

10am – 6pm

Sunday 26th April

11am – 5pm

For More information visit the York Open Studios Website Here.