Eilean Molach from Aird Fenish (framed)

by Jason Hicklin

The atmospheric landscape etchings by Jason Hicklin explore the rugged coastline of the Outer Hebrides and Orkney in Scotland. This limited edition print is on display in the Keeper’s House from 15 September 2017 to 19 February 2018. Please note, this framed work is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts once the exhibition has closed.

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Artwork details

Medium Print
Colour Black/Multicolour
Fabric & material Etching
Edition 30

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Artwork description

Jason Hicklin’s dramatic etchings are inspired by the many walks he undertakes in the British Isles. He begins each of his works outside in the landscape, where he walks, takes notes and draws in his sketchbooks. After which, he returns to the studio for, as he says, ‘a period of contemplation, analysis and re-engagement with the sketchbooks and the landscape itself – a trigger for the memory of place and experience.’

The decisive mark-making used by Hicklin reflects a direct approach to printmaking that delivers etchings rich in light, shadow and contrast. He often works (as does Norman Ackroyd who taught him) straight on to soft zinc plates while he is out in the landscape. The alchemy of the etching process is of fundamental importance to his work: as in these prints, Hicklin positively chooses to embrace the element of chance which is introduced during the transformative corrosion of the plate.

About Jason Hicklin

Jason Hicklin, originally from Wolverhampton, studied at St. Martin’s College of Art where he was taught by Royal Academician and printmaker, Norman Ackroyd RA.

Hicklin has exhibited in both solo and group shows including at the RA, with his work focusing on the relationship between human and nature. By taking a practical approach, with extensive surveys on foot in all... Go to artist page