20 in 15 The Lives of Artists – Photobook


20 in 15 is a behind the scenes look at the lives of twenty different artists, their creative processes and working environments. The project evolved from the thriving arts community in Carshalton but ultimately expanded to locations around the UK and France. Observing artists as they work, Bills documentary approach gives an insight into what it takes to live and work as a creative person.

20 in 15 includes photographs of Peter S Smith (Painter Printmaker), Alex Foster (Illustrator), Abel Kesteven (Artist), Aga Cowling (Amber & Glass Designer), Jeremy Clark (Ceramic Sculptor), Luci Metcalfe (Artist), Dan Redding (Videographer), Kathryn Sherriff (Ceramicist), Glow (Design Agency), Guy Meredith (Composer), Emma Capron (Interior Designer), Wayne Sleeth (Artist), Kendra Haste (Sculptor), Alban Low (Illustrator), Lucy Furlong (Poet), Karin Andrews Jashapara (Shadow Puppetry), Emily Hall (Weaver and Ceramicist), Andrew Candy (Gallery Owner & Graphic Designer), Art Language Location (Contemporary Arts Festival), Association Amitiés Tsiganes (Community Art / ‘Un mur d’expression pour en faire tomber d’autres’)

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20 in 15 The Lives of Artists  – Limited Edition Giclée Prints

Each one an edition of/20, signed and printed on Hahnemühle German Etching paper

Available in 3 sizes

6×9″ – £24 + £2 delivery

8×12″ – £35 + £3 delivery

12×18″ – £49 + £5 delivery

Currently available to buy at [mine] gallery, or email me your choice of print and I will send you a link for ordering


Wandling Cover

A Photographic Walk Along the River Wandle

A map and photographic trail by Bill Mudge. This is an A5 booklet that folds out into an A3 size map. Start your walk at Mitcham Junction Station. Finish at Wandle Park and take the tram back to Mitcham Junction. The route takes 2 hours and is 6 miles long. Add extra time for dawdlers, island exploration and clingwell slice consumption. Take a camera. Enjoy

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Lac de la Cavayère

Off-peak, none but a few Sunday walkers with muddy dogs circumnavigate the trail and cross the dam. Its landscape tells of paddlers, campers and barbecuers who in summer months splashed, snored and sizzled around the shores of Lac de la Cavayère.

8×8″ or 12″x12″ prints from this series are now available to order



Giclée print on Harman Gloss Baryta Warmtone prints now available