Whitstable Kent - print
Famous for its oysters, this colourful print by Andrew Ruffhead is the perfect advert for anyone who’s ever visited Whitstable and its many other attractions.
A seaside town on the north coast of Kent in south-east England, Whitstable’s native oysters have been harvested there since Roman times.
The print which is taken from an original pen, ink and acrylic painting highlights some of the areas attractions and would inject a fantastic shot of colour into any kitchen or dining room.
Andrew works from his studio at home near the sea, producing pen, ink and gouache drawings.
Inspired by the coast he depicts fish, sea life and seafood’s, together with colourful images of maps, coastal towns and villages. He is happy to do commissions.
He studied Painting and Printmaking at Brighton Polytechnic, and then Printed Textile Design at the Central School of Art and Design. He was Head of printed Textiles at the University of East London for fifteen years as well as designing for many companies including Osborne and Little, The Designers Guild and Calvin Klein.
His work is shown in many galleries and shops around the UK and Spain.
Each print is printed onto high quality 250 gsm acid free museum quality paper has been signed by the artist and is ready to frame.
Paper Size A3: 30 x 42 cm