|Dimensions||Image 142 x 110 mm, Sheet 205 x 152 mm|
Signed in pencil.
Despite John's interest in printmaking, his work is led by ideas rather than process, in particular the human relationship with nature. A childhood spent playing and rooting about in his grandparent's large Kent garden left a lasting impression and remains the source of many ideas and work, such as the box 'Bad Apples' and the books 'Weeds and Pests' and 'With the Worms'.
Dilnot studied graphic Design at Canterbury College of Art, followed by Fine Art at Camberwell School of Art in the early 1980's. John focused on screen printing, exploring sequential imagery, which led to his first artists' books. He also made boxes at this time, which featured in his degree show installation. John's box works have since become very collectable.