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Euan Evans

Truncated triangular copper box with plaster etching and copper dome.


Plaster Etching in hand-made copper box with hinges and dome


30 x 40 x 8 cm
Woven print in copper frame.
Side view


Multi block lino cut on hand-woven paper with handmade bending copper frame


38 x 24 x 8 cm
Relief print housed in scrap copper frame.
Scan of print


One aluminium relief plate, two lino cut plates, and hand coloured chine collé


42 x 35 cm
Woven printed papers


Shredded linocut on mixed woven paper


45 x 65 x 8 cm


Three colour linocut print with chine collè. Edition 1/1. Printed on Somerset newsprint grey paper.


15 x 24 cm
Print with red forms over photographic chine collè


Three colour lino cut print with chine collè and Peugeot embossing. Printed on Somerset newsprint grey. Edition 1/1.


14 x 28cm

Born 1996, Cornwall, UK

Lives and works in London, UK


2022 - 2023     MA Print, Royal College of Art

2021 - 2022     The Drawing Year, Royal Drawing School

2015 - 2018     BA Jazz, Leeds Conservatoire



Monophony, RCA Kensington, London.

Abstraction, Pilgrims Contemporary, Keswick.

Works On Paper 5, Blue Shop Cottage, Online.

Two-Fold, RCA Print, Southwark Park Galleries, London.

Experiential Play, Fine Liquids Gallery, London, UK.

UNDISCOVERED, Fen Ditton Gallery, Cambridge.


The Drawing Year Studio Show, SPACE, London.

The Drawing Year 2022 End of Year Exhibition, The Royal Drawing School, London.

Best of the Drawing Year 2022 at Christie's, Christie's London.

Dot to dot, Coachwerks, Brighton.

Image Credit: Michael Chance

'All Quiet Now' is a series of objects that sit on a knife edge between image and sculpture. The work is heavily laboured using densely woven printed surfaces, coppersmithing, and plaster etchings to discuss personal experiences through material processes. Together these objects sit as an arrangement that reflects Euan's memories of his childhood in the Cornish landscape. Materiality is a key component within Euan's work and you'll see the repetition of scrap copper and found objects echoing the experience of living amongst the south Caradon Copper mines.