Liz McGowan puts the environment at the heart of her work with a focus on the meeting point between inner and outer landscapes, where personal creativity is given inspiration and form by those elements – stone, reed, tree, earth, tideline – combining to form a landscape.
Kate is keenly aware of the inheritance of the Anglo-Dutch landscape tradition and in particular Constable's deep engagement and familiarity which embodied life: an alertness to what is 'known by heart'.
Pandora's inspiration and reference has always been the natural world. She works in oil and mixed media on canvas, often on a large scale and has returned again and again to the subject of the sea, as she feels it presents the greatest challenges and seduction; a place of tranquillity and threat, vastness and peace.
Paul Wolterink has a new edition of his popular work 'Remember plastic' – a commentary on (hopefully) living in a world without the wasteful use of plastic. This hand pulled screenprint uses pure home-distilled coffee ink, with no artificial synthetic planet-polluting ingredient.