Harrie Fuller

Harrie Fuller works at the CFPR as Dr Susanne Klein’s Trainee Print Technician. She helps to facilitate practical aspects of the ESPRC funded Woodbury and Lippmann project. The work focuses on reimaging traditional print techniques, with a key interest in investigating tone and structural colour. Harrie is also studying a print technician apprenticeship with the British Printing Industries Foundation. 

Before joining CFPR Harrie completed a BA in Fine Art at UWE Bristol, graduating in 2018. In her practice, Harrie focuses on creating bold imagery with a particular interest in alternative methods of reproducing colour and tone. Harrie’s work spans a variety of disciplines including screen-print, lithography, Woodburytype, drawing and analogue photography. Play and experimentation are at the forefront of her process-heavy practice,  she enjoys pushing materials and ideas until they develop new narratives and meaning. Collaboration is important in Harrie’s work, she enjoys exchanging conversations, ideas, and skills to create enticing prints, sculptures, textiles and photography.

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