Two pieces completed during the pandemic lockdowns of 2020/21 responding to ancient sweet chestnut trees on the Felbrigg estate in Norfolk. Gouache on clay board.
Four small works on clay and scratch board made in response to a visit to woods in Somerset as part of the Arborealists’ Exmoor project.
A series of photographs in response to the coronavirus lockdown of 2020
Three drawings forming a composite image of an old vine in southern France.
Graphite drawings from photographs by Adrian Hollister of a eucalyptus tree at Inverewe.
Tree rubbings using sterilised soil, Inverewe.
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A construction in the small bay of Camas Glas, Inverewe.
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Root rubbings using charcoal from Inverewe Estate
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An installation on the shingle beach at Cley.
Nine charcoal drawings forming a composite image of a historic tree.
A response to Nan Shepherd’s ‘The Living Mountain’
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A response to Nan Shepherd’s ‘The Living Mountain’. Simulacrums of pine needle balls formed in the winter in Scottish burns.
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A response to Nan Shepherd’s ‘The Living Mountain’. Photographs of the shadows of grasses, leaves, etc on a sketchbook.
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Artist’s book incorporating illustrations from GREY’S ANATOMY and my father’s diary entries.
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