Pine Feroda comprises five individual printmakers (Merlyn Chesterman, Julia Manning, Rod Nelson, Ian Phillips and Judith Westcott) who make prints as a group. Despite having collaborated for less than three years, they show their work widely, exhibiting at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2015. Solo exhibitions of the group’s work have been presented by Rebecca Hossack, London, and the Devon Guild of Craftsmen. In 2014 and 2015, Pine Feroda woodcuts won printmaking prizes at the Royal West of England Academy’s Open Exhibition. Eton College holds a print by the group in its collection.

 

The five individual printmakers who comprise Pine Feroda work collectively to create their distinctive prints, inspired by the extraordinary coastline of Great Britain. Craggy rock formations, tumultuous seas and the play of light upon water are all explored through their unique collaborative working practice.

Looking South v.2

Exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts 2016

This large-scale woodcut by print collective Pine Feroda portrays the drama of winter sunlight upon the incoming tide of the Atlantic.

Material – Woodcut

Dimensions – 97 x 136 cm

Edition – 23/60

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January Storm v.2

Exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts 2016

This large-scale woodcut by print collective Pine Feroda depicts a violent winter storm on the North Devon coast.

Material – Woodcut

Dimensions – 97 x 136 cm

Edition – 5/60

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A Prevailing Wind

Exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts 2015

A Prevailing Wind by Pine Feroda | Wood Block Printing | Circle Contemporary Gallery

Material – Woodcut

Dimensions – 210 x 50 cm

Edition – 17/50

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Sea Rocks

Material – Woodcut

Dimensions – 112 x 149 cm

Edition – 13/30

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Shore Break

Material – Woodcut

Dimensions – 112 x 149 cm

Edition – 5/70

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