Amanda Edgcombe

WORKS ON PAPER

C&C's works on paper collection encompasses original work by artists and printmakers of a wide selection of drawings, etchings, screen prints, paper cuts and collage created by artists, photographers, printmakers and illustrators.

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  • Amanda Edgcombe, Aerial Lime , 2017
    Aerial Lime , 2017
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Large Etching - Aquatint on handmade somerset satin paper
    Artwork 60cm x 60cm
    Framed 80cm x 80cm x 4cm
    Edition of 20
    £950
    Amanda Edgcombe, Aerial Lime , 2017
    £ 950.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Thorpe Aerial (sage), 2017
    Thorpe Aerial (sage), 2017
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Large Etching - Aquatint
    Artwork 60cm x 60cm
    Framed 80cm x 80cm x 4cm
    Edition of 20
    £950
    Amanda Edgcombe, Thorpe Aerial (sage), 2017
    £ 950.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Between, 2022
    Between, 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Carborundum monoprint 1/1

    Framed 45cm h x 43cm w x 2.5cm
    £310
    Amanda Edgcombe, Between, 2022
    £ 310.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Catch 22 (aqua), 2022
    Catch 22 (aqua), 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Carborundum monotype 1/1

    Reflections and delicate colours that dance on the surface on bright days are enticing and tempting. Gentle glassy greens and blues are delicate and mesmerising when safe.

    Frame : paper mounted onto acid free back board, putty stain box frame, low reflection glazing.
    Framed 43.7cm h x 57cm w x 2.5cm

    £620
    Amanda Edgcombe, Catch 22 (aqua), 2022
    £ 620.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Catch 22 (deep), 2022
    Catch 22 (deep), 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Carborundum monotype 1/1

    Metallic reds and stone colours became meeting points between references, hard and soft materials, erosion and time changing surfaces subliminally but continually.

    Frame : paper mounted onto acid free back board, putty stain box frame, low reflection glazing.
    Framed 43.7cm h x 57cm w x 2.5cm

    £620
    Amanda Edgcombe, Catch 22 (deep), 2022
    £ 620.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Circularity (Corten), 2022
    Circularity (Corten), 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Mixed media, ink and graphite on plaster

    Metallic reds and stone colours became meeting points between references, hard and soft materials, erosion and time changing surfaces subliminally but continually.

    Frame : paper mounted onto acid free back board, putty stain box frame, low reflection glazing.
    Framed 43.7cm h x 57cm w x 2.5cm

    £620
    Amanda Edgcombe, Circularity (Corten), 2022
    £ 620.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Field Haze, 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe, Field Haze, 2022
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  • Amanda Edgcombe, Field Hedge, 2022
    Field Hedge, 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Carborundum monoprint 1/1
    Framed 45cm h x 43cm w x 2.5cm

    £310
    Amanda Edgcombe, Field Hedge, 2022
    £ 310.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Sides to Summer, 2022
    Sides to Summer, 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Carborundum monoprint 1/1

    Framed 45cm h x 43cm w x 2.5cm
    £310
    Amanda Edgcombe, Sides to Summer, 2022
    £ 310.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Sky on Water, 2022
    Sky on Water, 2022
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Carborundum monoprint 1/1

    Framed 45cm h x 43cm w x 2.5cm

    £310
    Amanda Edgcombe, Sky on Water, 2022
    £ 310.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Aerial Spool VI, 2021
    Aerial Spool VI, 2021
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Monotype: Carborundum

    The original Carborundum was discovered in a meteorite that landed in Arizona. Because of its interstellar origins it is very rare and only minute amounts of natural carborundum exist here on earth.

    Carbon and sand creates a version here on earth. The carborundum printing technique was invented in the 1930s. This basically involves glueing or painting carborundum powder onto a printing plate and inking it up with the intaglio process. The gritty surface holds ink and produces prints with strong colours and tones. Prints made in this way can have a very ‘painterly’ quality.

    Framed 40cm h x 38.7cm w x 2.5cm
    £420
    Amanda Edgcombe, Aerial Spool VI, 2021
    £ 420.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Circularity, 2021
    Circularity, 2021
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Mixed media, ink and graphite on plaster
    Framed 43.7cm h x 57cm w x 2.5cm
    £480
    Amanda Edgcombe, Circularity, 2021
    £ 480.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Scorch II, 2021
    Scorch II, 2021
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Monotype: Carborundum

    The original Carborundum was discovered in a meteorite that landed in Arizona. Because of its interstellar origins it is very rare and only minute amounts of natural carborundum exist here on earth.

    Carbon and sand creates a version here on earth. The carborundum printing technique was invented in the 1930s. This basically involves glueing or painting carborundum powder onto a printing plate and inking it up with the intaglio process. The gritty surface holds ink and produces prints with strong colours and tones. Prints made in this way can have a very ‘painterly’ quality.

    Framed 43cm h x 43cm w x 2.5cm
    £420
    Amanda Edgcombe, Scorch II, 2021
    £ 420.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, From Clapham Junction to Victoria, 1999
    From Clapham Junction to Victoria, 1999
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Viscosity aquatint etching on Somerset Satin 250gm
    Framed 50cm x 50cm x 2cm
    Edition of 20
    £450
    Amanda Edgcombe, From Clapham Junction to Victoria, 1999
    £ 450.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Rooftop View (orange), 1999
    Rooftop View (orange), 1999
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Viscosity aquatint etching on Somerset Satin 250gm
    Artwork 30cm x 30cm
    Edition of 20
    £450
    Amanda Edgcombe, Rooftop View (orange), 1999
    £ 450.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Rooftop View (yellow), 1999
    Rooftop View (yellow), 1999
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Viscosity aquatint etching on Somerset Satin 250gm
    Artwork 30cm x 30cm
    Edition of 20
    £450
    Amanda Edgcombe, Rooftop View (yellow), 1999
    £ 450.00
  • Amanda Edgcombe, Underground Seating (yellow), 1999
    Underground Seating (yellow), 1999
    Amanda Edgcombe
    Viscosity aquatint etching on Somerset Satin 250gm
    Framed 50cm x 50cm x 2cm
    Edition of 20
    £450
    Amanda Edgcombe, Underground Seating (yellow), 1999
    £ 450.00