FT how to spend it
London-based printmaker Sophie Layton’s intensely coloured, light-filled work is attracting a growing number of collectors, and Vincent Eames, director of Eames Fine Art, is expecting good things from her latest exhibition, which opens at the Bermondsey Street gallery today.
The Lady Magazine
Q&A: SOPHIE LAYTON
The daughter of glassblowing legend Peter Layton, Sophie Layton, is hosting a major solo show of her printmaking works at the Eames Gallery in Bermondsey St next week until June 12. We got the chance to chat to her about her show...
The Holborn Magazine
Q&A – SOPHIE LAYTON, PRINTMAKING ARTIST
'We’ve always been fascinated by print here at The Holborn, after all we began this journey many years ago with the dream of running a print magazine. From the smell of ink & paper combined (who doesn’t sniff books & magazines, right?) to the texture and how the ink sits on the paper there is a lot to be fascinated by. So it was a joy when an email landed in our inbox telling us all about Sophie Layton and her work with paper & ink.'
People of Print
"London-based artist and professional printmaker Sophie Layton has recently announced her second major solo show with Eames Fine Artand this time we will be treated to a wonderful selection of her work spanning Carborundum prints, photo-etched imagery, printed transfers and monotypes. For this upcoming exhibition in spring 2016, You can expect to see Layton’s ventures across diverse mediums. We promise this is a must-see for anyone who wishes to see work that evokes the sense of the uncanny and creatively explores the juxtaposition of light and dark."