Grizelda Kitching has just completed a MA in Visual Arts- Printmaking at Camberwelll and currently based in Peckham. Her work utilises both traditional and contemporary processes such as screenprinting, mono print, painting and collage alongside digital form.
The delicate use of digital input ensures the original hand-rendered, textural qualities and use of colour remain the focal point of her designs. Currently her focus is on painterly, bright and gestural large scale designs that have the potential to act as wallpaper drops and panels.
Grizelda’s practice primarily involves paper based printmaking process led work. Typically using photography to capture images as a starting point, then develop a response to the original imagery through colour and mark making. The development continues through disruption and distortion and change of scale, developing an abstract, sometimes spontaneous mark through the use of mono screen print.
Grizelda recently won an Arts Thread competition to have her work showcased at The WGSN Future Awards in London.
'Botanical Series' involves a selection of originally screen printed images, with added mono print abstract mark making - a response to her original botanical photography.