Kit Boyd follows in the British romantic tradition, his etchings and linocuts exploring our relationship with nature with a visionary element. He has a degree in Visual Art from Aberystwyth University, and from 2011 learned printmaking in all its forms at Morley College.
Kit worked for the Campaign to Protect Rural England for many years before concentrating solely on his artistic practice, and his love for the countryside and the natural world comes across in his work.
He shows widely across the UK and is represented by print dealer Elizabeth Harvey-Lee at the London Original Print Fair and the Works on Paper Fair. His work is held in the Printmakers Council Archive in Scarborough Art Gallery and the V&A.