Horizon I

Etching/Monoprint

100 x 100

October 2012

Horizon II

Etching/Monoprint

100 x 100

October 2012

Horizon III

Etching/Monoprint

100 x 100

October 2012

Catch me if you can

Aluminium Etching (2 plates)

250 x 510 mm

November 2011

Singing in the Rain

Aluminium Etching (2 plates)

250 x 510 mm

December 2011

A Line Walking

Aluminium Etching (2 plates)

250 x 510 mm

January 2012

Caprice I Caprice I

Aluminium Etching (4 plates)

160 x 200 mm

May 2014

Caprice II Caprice II

Aluminium Etching (2 plates)

160 x 200 mm

May 2014

Caprice III Caprice III

Aluminium Etchng (1 plate + collage)

160 x 200 mm

June 2014

Timepiece I Time Piece I

Aluminium Etching and Photo Etching (2 plates)

350 x 350 mm

August 2014

Timepiece II Time Piece II

Aluminium Etching and Photo Etching (2 plates)

350 x350 mm

August 2014

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textiles & mixed media

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pages from an unbound book

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Produced by Artichoke and commissioned by 14-18 NOW, PROCESSIONS marks 100 years since the first women in the UK won the vote. Somerset Art Works and artist Dorcas Casey deliver a programme of creative workshops leading to Somerset participation in the PROCESSIONS mass participation artwork in London on 10 June 2018.

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A Celebration of the Dove Arts and Crafts Centre

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