Printmaker Trevor Price is staging an exhibition called Printed Perspectives at the New Ashgate Gallery in Farnham from July 6 to September 7.

His recent works showcase his dedication to the art of hand-made and hand-printed pieces. His meticulous process involves carving and scraping a 2mm polycarbonate sheet with a drypoint needle and a Dremel, resulting in prints that are both intricate and emotionally resonant.

Once the ink is applied to the surface, the plate is pressed with damp paper, creating prints that invite viewers to lose themselves in detailed mark-making and abstract forms.

From a distance, his prints resemble sepia-toned photographs, but up close they reveal captivating abstractions and intricate details. Some pieces are enhanced with stained paper, evoking a sense of antiquity and nostalgia. Born in 1966, Trevor Price has been a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers since 1994 and was its vice-president from 2013 to 2018.

His work is part of prestigious collections worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, and the Guangdong Museum of Art in China.