Carry Akroyd - Painter & Printmaker

‘Found in the Fields’


Carry Akroyd

 published by Mascot Media

Hardback 25 x 27cm        176 pages

£29.95 inc. P&P

Great Print Exhibition 5

6th Dec 2019   –   8th March 2020

10.00am – 5.00pm

free admission

Rheged Centre

Redhills, Penrith
Cumbria CA11 0DQ

Carry will have a number of new prints in this exhibition

Bird of the Month Calendar 2020

Illustrations by

Carry Akroyd

with text by

John McEwen

 180mm x 245mm (490mm when open)

‘of natures powers & spells’

Landscape Change, John Clare & Me


Carry Akroyd

 published by Langford Press

Hardback 30 x 27cm        168 pages

£38.00 inc. P&P

A Sparrow’s Life’s as Sweet as Ours

Chris Beetles Gallery

8 -10 Ryder Street, St James’s, London SW1Y 6QB

The illustrations are screen prints in very small editions. For some the edition is almost sold out and only the framed version is available to purchase.

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A compilation of 60  screenprints by  wildlife artist Carry Akroyd from The Oldie magazine’s “Birds of the Month” column.

In this  new art book,  Carry Akroyd presents a sequence of screenprints of birds full of variety and color that illustrate British birds in all four seasons of the year. These  prints give full rein to Carry’s knowledge of wildflowers, trees, and the modern landscape of Britain, including its wind turbines and passing aeroplanes.

John McEwen’s accompanying text is written with elegance and concision, and his columns have been updated where required to keep abreast of the latest research and reports. John’s light, eclectic approach connects snippets of ornithology, history, etymology, and cookery, all expressed with wit and knowledge. His writing is spiced with poetry–from Chaucer to the present–as well as facts and stories, while personal and other anecdotes are also included to inform and, above all, entertain the reader.


Some of the Lithographs available on this site

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