Philip Naylor

Job title
Head of Drawing
01326 213846

MA Fine Art
Keywords: Drawing, Printmaking, Landscape

Academic interests/teaching themes

Observational Drawing methodologies and procedures; Drawing as an expressive language, speculation and improvisation; Drawing as a developmental process; Drawing histories and contexts; Printmaking practice, history and context; studio practice and workshop procedures; Etching, Silkscreen, Relief printing and Monotype processes.

Research interests

Drawing as a personal developmental language; translations of landforms, geomorphology, landscape equivalents; sedimentary and igneous geologies, associated ecologies, translations of urban and sub-urban themes, coded depictions, systems and sequences; Print-related drawing methods, resist processes, stencilling and masking, gestalt approaches. Monotype practices and developments, mixed printmaking media. Traditions in etching, intaglio and releif printmaking, colour etching and printmaking; Non-toxic etching and silkscreen.

Academic/industry background and industry links

  • Co-director ''
  • Specialists in the Modern Colour Woodcut

Recent outputs

  • Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition (Etchings)
  • 2011, 2012 The Padstow Studio, Guest Artist 2011 A4 Printmakers, Open Space Gallery, Penryn (Open)
  • 2010 Wrexham Print International (Monotypes and relief prints)
  • 2009 'Originals' National Print Exhibition, Mall Galleries (Monotypes)
  • 2009 (Winner of the Fenton Arts Trust Award for Outstanding Printmaking)