A cool misty start to a warm sunny day in Cornwall. The beach looked beautifully clean at first sight. This beach is regularly scoured by walkers and the weather has been good, so I was not surprised. However in 2 hours I still found and picked up the following: 44 tangled lumps of various plastic […]
Kate Marshall ran an inspirational and informative course on using natural pigments at Coombe Farm Studios, Dittisham, Devon, 18-23 Feb 2018. We gathered the ingredients and experimented with using Devon soil, ground-up rocks and home-made oak gall ink for drawing, painting and printmaking. I have continued to use these beautiful pigments in my practice.
Found: Plymouth, England, 2118. This somewhat irregular, flattened, ovoid form is greyish white, translucent, cool and slimy to the touch, with ridges and folds. There are faint printed markings and an embossed symbol of a broken triangle with arrows and a number 2. At the more tapered end is an indentation suggesting an orifice surrounded […]
I have a painting selected for the University of Exeter Open Exhibition 11th-18th June 2017 at the Forum, Streatham Campus 10am – 5pm daily. The OBSERVATORY : Perspectives on the Landscape, Society and Spirit. Artists were invited to submit work related to research at the University and my piece reflects plastic pollution of our seas […]
Judy Harington – Environmental Artist Contact Details E mail: email@example.com Website: https:// judyharington.com My art I took early retirement from a wonderful career as a radiologist in the NHS and launched into a Fine Art Degree course at Exeter College (Plymouth University) where I attained a distinction in 2014. The world beckoned, […]