CLAS Honoured Fellows

Alan Quincey

Originally from Lincoln. Two NDDs in graphic topics at Lincoln School of Art, ATD at Leicester College of Art. Art teaching in General Education followed by almost 40 years in commercial studios as a designer/typographer. Calligraphy played a major role in all studies and practice, from the age of ten, when general education lived up to its name. Working life was chiefly in the West Country, with a move, after retirement, to mid-Wales, where he still practices and teaches locally. Alan's work is in the Fitzwilliam Collection of Contemporary Calligraphy in Cambridge.

Pieces of work

Quote from Yasna 2006
Ink with oriental brush. English translation in watercolour. 1006x890 mm.
Nagarjuna, 2nd century Buddhist Master, 2006
Ink with oriental brush. Watercolour. Text in watercolour. Additional motif in watercolour, using a ruling-writer. 720x410 mm.
 
Haiku with a brush-made motif 2006
Ink with oriental brush. English translation in watercolour. 480x890 mm.

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