Neil Bousfield is a British artist working in relief printmaking and contemporary wood engraving. His practice explores landscape narrative and the concepts of transformation, change, and palimpsest of geography, time and place. His engravings are realised from drawings made on location; recent works are made in response to the environmental and geological narratives of the North Norfolk coast and the Broads National Park, Norfolk, providing a visual and historical record of these vulnerable locations

To mark the centenary of the death of the poet Wilfred Owen on 4th November 1918, and the centenary of the end of WW1, Armistice Day 11th November 1918, Bousfield was commissioned by the Folio Society to make a series of engravings to commemorate Owen’s life and work and all whose lives were lost in the First World War for a new publication Wilfred Owen: Selected Poems published 2018 by The Folio Society