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Exhibitions

Current & Forthcoming Exhibitions

July 2019 to July 2020 Monmouth Museum, Lady Park Wood Project with Ecologist George Peterkin and The Arborealists

2019-12 - 2020-04 National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire, The Arborealists

2019-2020 Exmoor & Dartmore, National Park Authorities, The Arborealists

Past Exhibitions

2019 14/06 - 21/06 The Art of Trees, The Arborealists and Guests, The Turbine House Gallery, Reading UK

2019-03 - 05     Collégiale Sainte-Croix de Loudun, The Arborealists, Loudun, France

2018 16/10 to 03/11 2018 Drawn To London Bermondsey Project Space, London UK

2018-09     St Ives Society of Artists Gallery, Mariners Gallery, St Ives, Cornwall, The Arborealists & St. Ives Society of Artists

2018-07     Black Swan Arts, Frome Somerset, the Arborealists and Paul Nash

2018-07     John Davies Gallery, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, The Arborealists

2018-05 to 09 Monmouth Museum, Monmouthshire, Joint project with George Peterkin & The Arborealists

THAMES FESTIVAL (with Katherine Hearn & Caroline Wynn) September 2017 

IMPRESSIONS OF ORKNEY Sketches and watercolours made in Caithness; Redlees Open Studios, December 2016 

2017 NATURE IN ART MUSEUM The Arborealists April to September Gloucester, GL2 9PA http://www.arborealists.com/p/home.html

COLLIDERSCAPE  https://colliderscape.wordpress.com/                      17TH MARCH to SUNDAY 3RD APRIL 2016

A.P.T. Gallery, 6 Creekside, London, SE8 4SA Twitter @APT Gallery

http://www.aptstudios.org   http://www.southlondonartmap.com

COLLIDERSCAPE brought together the work of three visual artists and a sound artist who explored, in different ways, the various intersections of physical nature, culture, technology and simulation.

Using images to conjure up undefined representations of both past and future, the work probed our relationship with the landscape, in the virtual, imagined ond real.

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