Terence Gravett ARE

Terence Gravett's images use organic forms from nature in an abstract style, and a strong palette of bold colours. Loosely based on plant forms with titles referencing well known British gardens. 


He creates his works by cutting thin MDF board with a very fine fret saw blade into jig-saw pieces that fit perfectly in registration to one another, and can be carefully burnished onto paper in a variety of overprinted colours.


Terence has spent many years as a printmaking technician, in the 50s he was a lithographic technician at Croydon School of Art and then was responsible for developing screen printing at Brighton College of Art in the 70s.