Tag Archives: edgescapes

six abstract painters : an exhibition

this is a small exhibition that i am currently showing some new paintings in, and as the title conveys, it features the work of six abstract painters, all with connections to east anglia. the artists are geraldine carratu, anthea eames, mari french, jazz green (that’s me!), joan hickson and john midgley. it opens today (saturday [...]

rebirth at Art1821: a private view

i received some photographs of the rebirth exhibition at gallery art1821 in the e-post today…. would you care to take a look?

please mind your head on the low beams…

fabulous dogwood sculptures by barbara leaney, referencing the natural environment and the interstellar world…

one of my abstract paintings, the edgescape rost…

looking back through the main gallery space; [...]

faux, the love of artifice

some thoughts on the wider significance of the lichens… it seems quite simple – they signify life amongst the decay, a sign of gentle renewal, the circle of life, the quiet resilience of nature, all the more poignant when experienced within the context of a graveyard, existing on the very surface that marks and memorialises [...]