Through working as a contemporary jeweller for many years my print work has evolved using many of the same techniques.
Drawing on the imagery of rivers, mountains, rocks and shorelines, the plates are scored and marked like weathered and eroded landscapes, then printed in colour layers, giving them a rich luminosity and strength.
My work is a means by which I express my communication with our world.
Linda Uhlemann is a visual artist working and living in Dublin. She studied at NCAD and worked for many years as a jewellery designer and maker. She returned to further her studies at IADT and was awarded BA Hons in Visual Arts Practice in 2011, majoring in printmaking.
She won the RDS Printmakers Award in 2011 and was awarded a scholarship to The Arts Students League of New York in 2012. In 2012 she became a member of the Black Church Print Studio where she works in all aspects of Fine Art Printmaking.
Her work has been exhibited and bought by the Arts Office of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and is in the collection of the Office of Public Works.