Arcadia for All? Rethinking Landscape Painting Now

Really pleased to be invited to exhibit in this exciting Landscape painting show with a great line up of artists. Thank you to the curators Judith Tucker & Geraint Evans and to Laura Claveria for coordinating it.

Arcadia for All? Rethinking Landscape Painting Now
26 April – 29 July 2023
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds

Is landscape wild or cultivated? Is landscape urban or green? Is landscape going or gone?
Is landscape ours or theirs?
This exhibition challenges our expectations of landscape painting. It rethinks landscape in the 21st century – a time of climate crisis, a post COVID-19 world, a post-colonial and capitalist era.
The exhibition has been guest curated by Judith Tucker, Senior Lecturer at the School of Design, University of Leeds and Geraint Evans, Pathway Leader MA Painting at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.

Satellites group exhibition

Satellites opened this week…the fourth exhibition at Rise Art Soho gallery located in the heart of Berwick Street London, W1F 8RD…a group show of 10 invited artists… book a visit by appointment only.

Quiet Reflection, oil & pigments on canvas, 92x153cm, 2020 is part of a large body of work in conversation with sketchbook drawings & memories felt in Alaska 2019… available to purchase at Rise Art.

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Exhibition at Gallery Spaces Bristol

A big thank you to everyone that came to support myself and Shirley Sharp at our first joint exhibition in a most wonderful gallery space in the heart of Bristol. We had an amazing week and met some very interesting people with whom we had great cultural conversations about art, music, food and poetry.

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Visit us

Come and join us this week to see our exhibition of paintings and drawings at Christmas Steps gallery, Bristol BS1 5BS. We are 2 artists Clare Thatcher & Shirley Sharp, from Bristol exhibiting together for the first time Liminal Space-thresholds of mind and place . We hung the work yesterday and are very happy with how it sits well together.