Blog — Screenprinting
Not on the High Street
I'm really excited to say that I've been accepted to join Not on the High Street.
It's one of my favourite online stores and something I've wanted to be part of for a long time. They've been really kind about my work and I'll be spending the next few weeks making sure my store is looking tip-top and ready for launch!
Tutorial: How to Screen Print a Parsnip
My studio is based in the Noverre Gallery at the Assembly House in Norwich.
Quite often I'm working away in the corner as customers browse the latest exhibition.
They often stop and ask: "What on earth are you doing over there?"
I spend so much time screen printing that I forget that some people don't even know what it is!
So I thought it would be a nice idea to go through the basic process of screen printing one of...
Screen Printed Baby Grow
This week our good friends Tom and Fiona welcomed their first child into the world.
She is an absolutely beautiful little girl called Elizabeth Rosa Hickin.
I was trying to think of a nice way to say "Congratulations!" - so I thought I'd make them something.
I realised that the screens I usually use to print my...
Lottie Day Catalogue 2015
I'm so excited to present my first-ever catalogue, click here to take a look.
I've been working for the past couple of months to have my catalogue ready for the British Craft Trade Fair, as I really wanted to have something substantial to showcase my work.
Photographer Sarah Kingston did a really fantastic job photographing my work, both in the the studio and on-location (at my friend...
British Craft Trade Fair 2015
Last week I travelled up to Harrogate in Yorkshire to take part in the British Craft Trade Fair 2015.
I've had stalls at a few different consumer fairs, where you're selling directly to customers. The purpose of a trade show is to see if galleries, shops or larger retailers would be interested in stocking my work. As a gallery owner myself, I had some idea of the kind of information people...