In the series of new prints and paintings presented here, location is a strong theme, as Price’s Cornish roots often tend to feature in the work, particularly scenes of the harbour in St Ives Ives. He spends a lot of time in St Ives drawing the surroundings and has taken great influence from preceding artists Ben Nicholson and William Scott who too had a connection to Cornwall. Other artistic influences include Pablo Picasso, Freda Kahlo, and Cecil Collins. For Trevor, it is the opportunity to experiment and the diversity of techniques that draws him to a medium. Currently, most of his figurative prints are drypoints of forms, usually on zinc or Perspex, which are made by drawing on the surface with a soldering iron and then printing from those marks made.A key theme expressed within Trevor’s previous work is the intimacy between a couple, sometimes romantic, sometimes erotic, and very often, humorous.