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'Jelevision II'  

Glasgow Print Studio 2012

Mark Campbell's woodcuts and poster pieces are the second installment of his 'Jelevision' series following his last show 'A God Given Light' in William Burrell's House as part of Glasgow International 2010.

​There he showed a full sized Stained Glass Greenhouse he made exploring the notion of nurture and growth of the young and the messages they are subjected to and indoctrinated with through religion and the media i.e Television, as they grow. 

 

Here Mark follows on from that with a series of Woodcuts and Screenprinted & Drawn Posters which also explore the theme of narcissism. They were also posters to advertise the final show of Sculptures, he is yet to make.

Glasgow Print Studio

Glasgow Print Studio Gallery 2012

Glasgow Print Studio, Mark Campbell

Glasgow Print Studio Gallery 2012

Glasgow Print Studio, Mark Campbell

Glasgow Print Studio Gallery 2012

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'Jelevision' 12 panel woodcut  2012

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Glasgow Print Studio Gallery 2012

Glasgow Print Studio, Mark Campbell

'Interviews' 9 panel woodcut 155cm x 181cm

woodcut sketch
Vincents chair. 9 panel woodcut

'Gogh Nightmare' 9 panel woodcut 155cm x 181cm

De Chirico. 9 panel woodcut

'Chirico' 9 panel woodcut 155cm x 181cm

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'Gogh Nightmare' 9 panel woodcut 155cm x 181cm

'Chirico' 9 panel woodcut 155cm x 181cm

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'Hope' 9 panel woodcut 155cm x 181cm

Glasgow Print Studio, Mark Campbell. Jelevision woodcut

Detail

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Detail

'Jelevision Study' Oil pastel and printed text on brown paper

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'Jelevision Study' Oil pastel and printed text on brown paper

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'Jelevision Landscape' Oil pastel and printed text on brown paper

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Cut paper, Oil pastel and printed text on brown paper

pencil drawing

'Las Meninas study' Pencil on paper

The Woodcuts being made from the studio  2012

Each panel of the largest woodcut was carved then cut out in a jigsaw fashion and assembled onto the printing press and printed in 12 separate panels.

Final 12 panel woodcut on the wall of the Studio 2012

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