Clive Hicks-Jenkins was born in 1951 in Newport, South Wales. He began his career initially as a performer and puppeteer, then choreographer and stage director but turned from the theatre in the 1990s to concentrate on painting and the visual arts. Hicks-Jenkins works through the media of painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, maquettes, animation and artist's books. Sense of place plays an important role in his paintings, especially places in Wales. These places appear not only in landscape paintings but as emotionally charged backdrops to his still lifes and narrative works. These screenprints have been made in collaboration with Penfold Press and take direct inspiration from literature, poetry and Staffordshire pottery.
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