Alison’s bold and sometimes quirky images are mainly linocut prints, though she likes to combine other methods such as monotypes and chine colle.
Due to the process itself, she usually creates small editions of each image. These editions often differ due to the printmaking process and also her desire to always experiment, this means that each print is always a unique piece.
Continually inspired by artists of the past and present and pretty much anything that surrounds her.
Since finishing her degree in Fine art she went to live in Florence where she settled for many years. She has also travelled much of the world but has now returned to London.
Alison studied fashion and illustration at Epsom College of Fashion (now UCA). And then went on to do a BA degree in Fine Art at the University of Roehampton. She studied printmaking at RACC.