This print is my homage to one of Britain's most important sculptors, Henry Moore.
Before finding my way to the inky world of screenprinting, I studied for degree in Fine Art specialising in sculpture. Henry Moore was one of the first sculptors I studied and his work still resonates with me today.
The sculpture I have based my print on is called Three Points, and is a bronze cast created in 1939-40. It consists of three points that converge but do not touch. I love it's simplicity.
The three colours used in this hand screen printed image are a metallic golden bronze for the base of the sculpture, a dark grey for the tarnished areas and a bright grassy green for the brush stroke base upon which it sits.