ELECTED IN 2021
Paul Croft’s work is predominantly concerned with the development of personal visual language.
visual language has evolved through selection and synthesis of motifs
derived from a broad range of observations, still life and found
objects, informed in large part by continuing research into letter
forms, characters, alphabets and more recently, by his efforts to learn
Elemental Radicals and Passages of Landscape
2018, were produced as two sets of woodcuts and lithographs, printed as
series of unique images in variable editions of 10, using techniques of
stone and plate lithography, Mokulito, woodcut and stencil printing.
graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1986 and qualified as a
Tamarind Master Printer in 1996, and was elected to the Royal Society of
Painter-Printmakers in 2008. He has written two books on Stone
Lithography (2001) and Plate Lithography (2003). He is currently
Lecturer in Printmaking at the School of Art Aberystwyth.