Night Rambles

This series of large linoprints explore quiet moments of solitude experienced alone in wild natural places.  Here’s a little film of the pictures with my song of the same name:

A selection are currently on display at The Crown in Hastings.

They measure approximatly 56cm x 38cm, so fit nicely into a 60 x 8o cm frame. They are lino prints on heavy weight fabriano Rosapina paper.

The prints can be purchased below. These large prints are all hand made and unique- they will vary a little from the pictures. Please email if you have any queries.

Please click on the images to see them better:

Night Sounds done

‘Night Sounds’

£80

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At The Beach, Rock a Nore

£80

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Back From The Beach- Fish and chips are ready!

£80

Drifting Far From Shore done

Drifting Far From Shore

£80

Into the Undergrowth

Into The Undergrowth

£80

tree by the edge of the campsite

The Tree on the Edge of the Campsite

£80

Quiet Sea 2

‘Quiet Sea’

£80

15 Comments on “Night Rambles”

  1. Lisa Says:

    I love your work Ed, so sensitive and beautiful, I’ll definitely being going to Leeds to look at these gorgeous prints! thanks for e-mailing me and letting me know!:)

  2. Ali Stump Says:

    These look wonderful and its great to see work of this size. I won’t be able to get to this exhibition but please let me know if they make it to Rye or nearby.I hope the show is a success.

  3. Sue Hatherell Says:

    These prints are magical. I think you have captured the peace of being alone and thinking. We all need thinking time. I love the train in “Night Sounds” and it makes me recall childhood memories of lying in bed feeling safe and secure but yearning for the excitement of being on that train, where was it going? Growing up I guess. I also love “Quiet Sea” and “Drifting From Shore”, I can think of nothing better than being in a boat with three cats, quietly contemplating. I wish you well with your exhibition.


  4. Such beautiful and inspiring art. Solitude is a wonderful thing, and I feel your prints sum it up!
    Thank you…
    Stella Homewood


  5. These are lovely, when you are back would you like to come to the Barn, where I work in solitude?


  6. Hi Ed, I love the romantic notion of being alone that you have created. Not only children need to learn how to appreciate being alone. Beautiful work………Vx

  7. Vivika Says:

    Such lovely work… May I link to your blog? I am doing a blog posting series of nests and want to include the image of Nightsounds if that is ok with you. Please respond. vdenegre (at) yahoo (dot) com

  8. olivia Says:

    Hi my name is Olivia and we are doing a project on your book the shell collector at school. Mummy is trying to buy the book for me but she can’t. Do you think you could help. Love Olivia age 7 Eastbourne thank you .

    • edboxall Says:

      Hi Olivia,
      Thanks so much for getting in touch!
      You can get The Shell Collector from Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne but it might be easier to get it direct from this site…you can buy it on line and I’ll send it to you…just go to ‘The Shell Collector’ page on this website. I hope you’re enjoying the project…I’d love to hear all about it.
      Hope this has helped
      X Ed

  9. Jon Barker Says:

    Hi there,

    Just randomly found your stuff at Leeds Craft Centre and was totally drawn in by it. The whole solitude thing really hits home for me as a countryside lad living in a city. Food for thought perhaps. I bought one of your books (The Rooftop Garden) as a gift for someone ‘cos it’s really fitting to the place their at right now. Keep up the good work.


  10. Hi Ed,

    They are nice. How many is there in the edition?

    • edboxall Says:

      Sorry for taking so long Iben, missed youir comment somehow. I’ve done lots of Artists Proofs of these…they vary quite alot. I’m beginning to edition them in 30s. Hope you are very well. X Ed


  11. you’re work is so playful and fun! Thanks for following my blog …Patty


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