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A collaboration of work connected to the land by three artists who met and graduated from university with fine art degrees.
All three artists have sourced natural elements within the landscape with images and forms that bring together this exhibition.
The work is a collective of dynamic contextual links with a diversity of exploring media and materials that demonstrate a shared respect for the natural environment. They give a flavour to the viewer with whom they wish to share such special visual moments.
These responses complement each artist’s abstract approach to a common subject where individual pieces have their own intimate relationship to another.
Each artist has exhibited widely and sold work both nationally and internationally.
For Julie Price, working outdoors allows for rapid and responsive mark-making. Her paintings reflect an expressive, searching and sometimes playful abstract relationship with the landscape.
Georgina’s expressive paintings explore the relationship between structure, terrain and atmosphere within our magnificent topography. Drawing en plein-air is the foundation in the process.
Judith works mainly in metal and wood along with other complimentary materials to reflect her abstract interpretations in 3D form.
This exhibition brings together a selection of works by the Irish printmaker Tim Mara, featuring artworks from Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s c...
Exhibition by three photographers, Arpita Shah, Maryam Wahid and Nilupa Yasmin presenting new work focused around portraiture, culture and f...
A heritage exhibition that announces and celebrates the long history of black representation on the Hippodrome stage.