Anita Bowerman Artist website

Anita Bowerman Artist website launch

by Anita Bowerman April 12, 2018 0 Comments

I am pleased to announce the launch of my new website at https://anitabowerman.co.uk.
My new site includes a store where you can purchase my original paintings and drawings as well as paper cuts and stainless-steel artworks.
Much of my original art is also available as giclée open or limited-edition prints.

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Anita Bowerman with the Nuns of Stanbrook Abbey

Paper cut workshop with the Nuns at Stanbrook Abbey, North Yorkshire

by Anita Bowerman January 20, 2018 0 Comments

Last year I was so privileged to be introduced, via a friend, to the Nuns of Stanbrook Abbey in North Yorkshire and to discover that back in the 17th Century they used to paper cut as a way to earn a living. In November 2017, I was invited to teach a class of Nuns aged from 30 up to 80 the art of paper cutting.

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Enjoy Harrogate Map paper cut artwork in turquoise and white

How I created the Enjoy Harrogate Map artwork

by Anita Bowerman September 13, 2017 0 Comments

This Harrogate map is the third major paper cutting project I set myself. The original artwork was sold to an American collector. The map is available as a laser paper cut, three sizes of Giclée print as well as hand printed on luxurious velvet cushions, which can all be purchased for UK delivery via this website.

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Exclusive paper cut for The Harrogate Review

Exclusive paper cut for The Harrogate Review

by Anita Bowerman April 01, 2017 0 Comments

I was commissioned to create a front cover for The Harrogate Review, Tour de Yorkshire 2017 edition. I was happy to get involved and lots of drawing, measuring and paper cutting ensued. The end result was a miniature paper cut map depicting the route of Stage 2 of the Tour de Yorkshire 2017.

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The London Silver Vaults art commission

The London Silver Vaults art commission

by Anita Bowerman January 14, 2017 0 Comments

The London Silver Vaults is occupied with shops selling beautiful silver. I was contacted to see if I would be interested in designing 1.5 metre wide paper cut backdrops for three display cabinets in the entrance. One backdrop was based on London Docklands, another a country estate and finally one of Berkeley Square.

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