Mark Handley read English Literature at Cambridge University and went on to train and practice as an architect. He began making linocuts in 1980 inspired by the character, example and friendship of Edward Bawden, for whom he designed a work room in Saffron Walden. His prints reveal a preoccupation with robust design and gentle humour. Works include scenes relating to Cambridge and characters that are playfully caricatured. Works are for sale.
The exhibition will continue until the 7 June 2017.
Clare Hall Gallery is open daily from 9am to 6pm.