Made using the backs of old, beaten up etching plates, this most recent series of images bear witness to marginalised people pushed to the edges of life.
Ann Norfield’s work revolves around inner city life, decay, loss and survival, using drawn and cut images in a variety of media. She has been working on schools programmes for the past twenty years and is a founder member of East London Printmakers, a cooperative studio for artist printmakers. Her book Etching, an artists’s guide has recently been published by Crowood. Work is held in private collections and by University of Leicester, Museum of Fairy Tales and Grimm’s Museum, Germany.