Gerry’s unique linocut prints are created in the reduction method, used notably by Picasso. One block is used the lino block is cut away as every new colour is printed, until there is no lino left. Gerry individually crafts each piece in the studio so consequently each is slightly unique, being done by hand with great care. They are very limited editions, usually from only five to fifteen ever made. Often, these linocuts are inspired by Gerry’s garden where she spends much time amongst her flowers with her chickens and other pets in tow!
Gerry’s work has developed a large following locally and nationally and her work is held in private, government and international private collections.