Pigment stains drawn on cave walls have revealed how we once imagined landscapes populated by the creatures we hunted to survive. This early human trait of conceiving a landscape in our imagination still holds a powerful influence upon us to the present day. Technology has helped artists find new, previously unimagined possibilities for depicting the environment and altering the ways in which they represent landscape pictorially. They have embraced imaging software among more traditional means of describing our world, without reducing it to banal certainties.
LINDA JAMIESON: COASTAL (120 x 180cm) £3,000 Oil on canvas
LORRAINE BEWICK: SNETTISHAM BEACH (100 X 100CM) £2,000 Oil on canvas
JONI SMITH: COLOUR STUDY SERIES (25CM RADIUS) £220-£285 Liquid pen, acrylic inks / fine point on paper
ANDREA GIRLING: HELVELLYN, CUMBRIA (GLITCH SERIES) 50 X 70cm Green Pencil on panel £815
PANDORA MOND: Tree series paintings, (230 x 95 x 3cm and 61 x 41.5cm) Oil on canvas – £750 to £8,750
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS
We are grateful to TITCHWELL MANOR, for their sponsorship as well as SALT, DROVE ORCHARDS, CREAKE ABBEY & Monica and Nick Zoll for their support