Alison D’Oyley IEA (prov)


Alison is an artist and printmaker living and working in North Norfolk.  Finding inspiration mainly from nature and with an eye for detail, she also likes shadows and reflections or networks within insect wings or leaves.

Alison’s detailed work uses pen, watercolour and printmaking techniques, individually but often combined, occasionally with a little hand stitching.  Fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel widely, more recent work includes wildlife from Costa Rica and New Zealand, both seen and photographed by the artist herself.

Achieving a BA (Hons) in Printed Textiles (Loughborough) as a mature student, Alison relocated from Leicestershire in March 2016.  A former member of Leicester Print Workshop and selected for several exhibitions, the most notable at Compton Verney, Warwickshire.

Also a member of West Norfolk Artists’ Association and Links & Layers (a collaborative of eight individual artists with a link to textiles).  Various exhibitions with both groups since 2016, including Cley 2017 with Links & Layers.

Solo exhibitions in January 2018 and March 2019 at Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Cley Visitor Centre.