This is a members-only webinar. An e-mail will be sent to all members with a link to sign up.
In this webinar Tracey will show and talk about how her making and thinking has evolved over the years and how painting and drawing underpin her multi-disciplinary practice. She will discuss the important role that collaboration has had in maintaining equilibrium within her practice and how she’s explored gold tooling and creating new book structures along the way.
Tracey Rowledge studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths’ College, London, and Fine Bookbinding at Guildford College, Surrey. She has exhibited internationally and her work is held in various private and public collections. Tracey teaches bookbinding, predominantly gold tooling, on short courses in the UK, Europe and USA. She is a partner with Kathy Abbott in Benchmark Bindery where book conservation underpins their bookbinding work. She is also a founding member of the international bookbinding group: Tomorrow’s Past,an international bookbinding collective whose aim is to encourage an alternative and modern approach to working with antiquarian books.