Grizelda Kitching is an artist and printmaker from Peckham, South East London.

She studied MA Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.

Grizelda’s practice primarily involves paper-based, process-led, printmaking. Typically using photography to capture images as a starting point, then developing a response to the original imagery through colour and mark-making. The development continues resulting in abstract, spontaneous pieces through the use of mono-screenprint.

Currently colour is central to their practice, along with texture. Bright blasts of colour inspired from the memory of the subject image. For more abstract pieces they use colour more spontaneously, normally picking a colour palette beforehand.

Nature and surroundings are a huge source of inspiration. The mark making overlays on the artworks are loosely inspired by memory and how I felt at that location. For their latest series of prints Grizelda has been using photos of nature, in particular the changing seasons – including, blossom and autumnal leaves.

Jealous Gallery London publishes print editions by Grizelda.