From:August 04, 2020
To:August 14, 2020
Location:South West England
Environmental Art - a-n The Artists Information Company
Venue:Grenwelge Park, Llano, Texas
From:March 13, 2020
To:March 16, 2020
June was a really busy month. I had a solo show of my wind drawings at the Width of Circle gallery in Stourbridge. I exhibited six framed drawings plus two unframed and a sound work. The work was framed by […]
Each day in this extraordinary place brings new experiences and new perspectives. From sheer awe at the austere beauty of Spitsbergen, through interest in the different people who inhabit it, to certain uneasiness caused by signs of changing climate. Bruno […]
During Fruit Routes June 2018 at Loughborough University Anne-Marie Culhane and I will be performing a new iteration of SKEP where visitors will be invited to become ‘SKEP’ donning a traditional woven beehive on their head and engaging with thoughts […]
Little Forest Land Art was started in early 2017 by ceramicist Jan Griffiths and artist Adrian Mundy on land surrounding Jan’s studio in the Hampshire countryside. Turning the meadow and surrounding woodland into a place for artwork, focusing on Art in the Garden in early June.
London-based Spanish artist Maria Arceo uses installation to explore the human manipulation of the natural world. Her latest work for the Totally Thames festival features a giant footprint constructed from thousands of plastic objects found along the river. Jack Hutchinson visits her studio and discusses the environmental issues her work highlights.
GroundWork Gallery has opened in King’s Lynn, Norfolk and will present exhibitions and projects that explore art and environment.
Artist Steve Messam’s latest public commission – a large-scale temporary bridge made entirely from bright red paper – has just been unveiled as part of the Lakes Ignite arts programme in the Lake District.
Artists and designers embracing digital learning, production and distribution.
Sogol Mabadi, Belt (Unbelt), performance, 2010.
This ambitious artist-led project has involved seventy-five artists and resulted in over 100 artworks. Cassie Thompson visits the exhibition and talks to the project organisers.