Pamela Scott Wilkie- V&A collection
In 1970, Pamela Scott Wilkie drove overland to Asia from the UK through Turkey, Iran and remote parts of Afghanistan. She produced a suite of 20 hand-pulled screen prints based on this experience setting up a studio in Rawalpindi making them there in a signed and numbered edition of 45.
“Pamela Scott Wilkie travelled extensively through the Middle East to find other cultural traditions that suited her metier. Journey, a series of silkscreen prints made in 1972, including scenes from Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey, Pakistan and Nepal, is an extremely evocative work of art, depicting parts of the world that had resonance with her own personal aesthetic adventure from the beginning. Now, more than thirty years later, it’s extraordinary how fresh the work still seems, conveying such vital enthusiasm and curiosity.”
Jonathan Watkins, Director Ikon Gallery, 2004
SPS is very pleased to hear that this suite of Journey prints is now officially in the V&A’s permanent collection. As is:
An Animal Anthology
The Peacock Press, 23 x 25 cms
A Collection of 22 familiar and lesser known timeless poems on a common theme to be treasured. The illustrations and endpapers are hand pulled screen prints, the typography is hand printed with especially designed screen printed initial letters for each poem printed onto double folded paper, with a silk binding and a gold tooled title on the spine.
For more information about Pamela Scott Wilkie, click here to link to her website.