Artist Statement -

John Haworth’s limited edition digital fine art prints, done on both paper and canvas, have proved extremely popular with both corporate and private clients. John has an extensive amount of work including landscape, figurative and abstract. Printmaking has long been his chosen medium because of the potential it offers for the exciting exploration of delicate surface properties. The digital print medium he finds particularly attractive as a conduit for the idea of the vibrant transience of reality. In part, ‘the medium is the message’. Many of his prints have been made as part of his practice- led research into creativity in digital fine art, funded by grants from the Arts and Humanities Research Board in the UK. His prints incorporate a new photo-ethnographic project on ‘The Way We are Now’. Some of his work can be seen in the gallery and on the site at

Artist Exhibitions

Since 2000 I have been represented by Comme Ca Art in Manchester UK. They have exhibited my digital art work regularly in a range of venues, in solo exhibitions, and group shows, and on their stand at the Buy Art Fair in 2008 and 2009. Prior to this I was a gallery artist at the Colin Jellico Gallery in Manchester for many years exhibiting my traditional prints in group shows annually, and also in a solo exhibition. I also had traditional prints exhibited in several annual exhibitions of the Manchester Academy.
In 2001, 2003, and 2004 work was selected for the Art and Technology Digital Print Award Exhibitions in London, and in 2004 for an associated British Council exhibition in Jakarta.
In 2002 curated and exhibited at the DeLUX Gallery in London.
In 2003 exhibited at the IMPACT International Printmaking Conference in Cape Town
In 2005 exhibited at the IMPACT International Printmaking Conference in Tallin
In 2007 exhibited at the IMPACT International Printmaking Conference in Berlin/Poznan
In July 2007 exhibited prints from my AHRB funded research into creativity in an exhibition on ‘Tapping into Visual Worlds’ at a National Conference on ‘Health and Social Change: Challenges and Controversy’ organised by the Research Institute for Health and Social Change at Manchester Metropolitan University.
In 2008 (February –April) had a solo exhibition at Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery, Lancashire, UK
In 2009 had a practice-led case study included an AHRC funded project ‘The personalised surface within fine art printmaking’
In June 2009 had an Interactive Exhibition Installation on the photo-ethnographic project ‘A day in the life of---‘ at an International Conference on Towards a Science of Consciousness: Investigating Inner Experience: Brain, Mind, Technology; held at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
In July 20010 had an exhibition of CORE Prints, complementing a paper on ‘Consciousness, Creativity and Well-Being’, at a national conference organised by the Research Institute for Health and Social Change, at Manchester Metropolitan University.
I have exhibited at several local venues in Lancashire over the years.


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