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Horizon: Landscape and Beyond

Horizon: Landscape and Beyond
Horizon: Landscape and Beyond
Horizon (Landscape and Beyond). Group Exhibition curated by Alexander Hinks, Cello Factory London, 30th June - 10th July 2022

Landscape has been integral to artists for hundreds of years, from frescos to oil paintings and more. Horizon exhibition presents contemporary artists’ interpretation, representation and abstraction of our surroundings through a multiplicity of mediums. The apparent line that divides earth and sky is wondrous and beautiful and the endless possibilities of presenting the world around us will never cease to amaze and influence us. Having been confined throughout the pandemic, our new-found freedom is now inspiring us further to explore the landscape and beyond.

Participating Artists:
Alex Booker, Daryl Brown, Ian Dawson, Benjamin Deakin, Natalie Dowse, Ann Grim, Kirsty Harris, Alexander Hinks, Adam King, Peter Lamb, Caroline List, Hannah Luxton, Robyn Litchfield, Darren Nisbett, Perdita Sinclair, Mimei Thompson, Jane Ward, Eleanor May Watson, Alice Wilson, Joanna Whittle, Sue Williams A’Court, David Wiseman, Gail Seres-Woolfson.
The Cello Factory
Dawson, Ian
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Hinks, Alexander
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Dawson, Ian
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Hinks, Alexander
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Dawson, Ian and Hinks, Alexander (2022) Horizon: Landscape and Beyond.

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Horizon (Landscape and Beyond). Group Exhibition curated by Alexander Hinks, Cello Factory London, 30th June - 10th July 2022

Landscape has been integral to artists for hundreds of years, from frescos to oil paintings and more. Horizon exhibition presents contemporary artists’ interpretation, representation and abstraction of our surroundings through a multiplicity of mediums. The apparent line that divides earth and sky is wondrous and beautiful and the endless possibilities of presenting the world around us will never cease to amaze and influence us. Having been confined throughout the pandemic, our new-found freedom is now inspiring us further to explore the landscape and beyond.

Participating Artists:
Alex Booker, Daryl Brown, Ian Dawson, Benjamin Deakin, Natalie Dowse, Ann Grim, Kirsty Harris, Alexander Hinks, Adam King, Peter Lamb, Caroline List, Hannah Luxton, Robyn Litchfield, Darren Nisbett, Perdita Sinclair, Mimei Thompson, Jane Ward, Eleanor May Watson, Alice Wilson, Joanna Whittle, Sue Williams A’Court, David Wiseman, Gail Seres-Woolfson.

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Published date: 30 June 2022

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Local EPrints ID: 468426
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/468426
PURE UUID: 94b70885-78e1-46ba-b5cc-125314ea9809
ORCID for Ian Dawson: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-3695-8582

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Date deposited: 15 Aug 2022 16:39
Last modified: 16 Aug 2022 01:35

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Artist: Ian Dawson ORCID iD
Curator of an exhibition: Alexander Hinks

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