I’m a painter who prints and I love working and collaborating with other artists. In recent years I’ve been learning stone lithography, having bought & restored an old Mailander direct press which I set up at the school where I work.

I create images through process – layering and erasing colour, making the most of chance and manipulating the surface. I’d describe my work as Punk Urban Neo Romanticism!  I was lucky enough to be mentored by artists such as Bert Irvin and John Hoyland at the RA and I also hope to make paintings which are events to be felt through the senses, maybe with totemic power and infused by memory and experience.

Mick Gill lives and works in Liverpool, UK.