The Art of Peter Hay, by John Froy with Martin Andrews (2020)
Client: Two Rivers Press, 2020
Peter Hay (1951–2003) was a visionary artist whose work has a poetic and mystical quality. A fine draughtsman, watercolorist and inventive printmaker, he was at heart a figurative artist. He had a strong sense of place; the junction of the rivers Thames and Kennet close to his Reading home was a frequent symbolic theme in his work, which moves into abstraction through striking use of black and white and a rich use of colour.
This book brings together, for the first time, the range of this prolific artist’s work.
Fox Talbot & the Reading Establishment, written and illustrated by Martin Andrews
Client: Two Rivers Press (2014)
Fox Talbot & the Reading Establishment tells the story of the first commercial studio to mass-produce photographs from negatives, set up by William Henry Fox Talbot in Reading in 1843.
Believing in Reading: Our Places of Worship, by Adam Sowan. Illustrated by Sally Castle & Martin Andrews
Client: Two Rivers Press (2012)