Gregory Millar uses linocut printmaking to share the visual beauty he finds in everyday life. Gregory's visual style is inspired by numerous influences. These include the timeless clarity of classic Japanese woodblock prints, the honest realism of the great Flemish painter Breughel, the economy of line of American printmaker Frank Eckmair and the graphic wit of German illustrator Christoph Niemann. He has used a variety of equipment for relief printing including an 1838 Columbian press, a large hydraulic Beevers press and a Slama Handpress. Gregory's latest series of linocut prints – produced during the coronavirus lockdown - are inspired by the quiet majesty of the Highland landscape of Glen Clova in Angus, Scotland.