In Extremis Images of Landscape is a new exhibition opening at Green Hill Arts in Moretonhampstead on Friday 2nd February (6.30-8pm). The exhibition, concerned with landscape and understanding our place within it, includes the work of photographer C R Brownridge (1947-2010) and painter Deborah Westmancoat.
C. R. Brownridge was intensely interested in the visual drama of landscape in extremis when high winds, snow, ice or heavy rains had charged a specific landscape with raking light or intense stillness. This interest was underpinned by study of weather and climate change due to global warming. Flooded landscapes became a life long interest as well as a source of enduring concern.
On Friday 23rd February, there is an evening event - a conversation between artists Susan Derges and Jem Southam and Katy Macleod (6.30-8.30pm). For further details see Green Hill Arts