Rhyll prints from woodblocks. Because she's a biological illustrator, her work is not only beautiful to look at, it's also accurate. And it's full of puns.
I was immediately drawn to the molluscs, of course. The slugs in this work are the introduced veronicellids, Laevicaulis alte, which are common along the eastern and northern coasts.
12 x 12 in silvery slime
Rhyll carves the designs onto rounds of wood, which are not always perfect. What happens if there's a great big hole in the piece that appeals?
The exhibition runs until 27 January. The Falkner Gallery is open Thurs – Sun, 11 am – 5 pm.