Harriet’s new work builds the sensation of landscape, the mundane, pylons, fences, marks of man. A new archaeology of fascinating surfaces built from the many layers of paint and mark-making.
Public preview Friday 1st April 6-9pm
Exhibiting in 2022
Harriet’s studio is both her home and a safe haven for foster children when they need it. This provides a multifaceted influence which she says is revealed in her art over time. Relationships, interplay and suggestion are the bedrock of her art practice.
Landscapes, her new series of work, is in part a response to the lockdown we have all experienced. Continuing her fascination with the hidden history of layers and the passage of time
4a Shipton Street,
Unfortunately my exhibition space is not accessible for wheelchairs; it is a first-floor venue