Peter and Linda Green

Born in 1933, Peter Green OBE, RE, studied at Brighton College of Art and the Institute of Education University of London Having qualified as a teacher he initially taught at a secondary school in East London where he established a thriving school printing press, producing small books and original prints. During this time he developed his own work as a printmaker and was elected to membership of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in 1958.

Linda is a self-taught printmaker. Her initial interest in the visual arts began following a period as a senior administrator at the Hornsey College of Art followed by over 20 years as Registrar in the Faculty of Art and Design at Middlesex University. In collaboration with her husband Peter she has developed a range of direct relief printing processes, without using a press, including a method of paper cut stencils which she now uses in her own printmaking. Her work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Mall Galleries and Bankside Gallery in London.

For the last few years, Peter and Linda have worked collaboratively in their process.

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