British watercolourists at the British Museum 

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Yorkshire Dales, Acrylic on board

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Acrylic on board, these two paintings were inspired by a February visit to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton in Yorkshire. The sky took on a heavy grey and gusted along the sweep of hills as the sun started to set. I spent 3 years living and studying at the YSS specialising in bronze casting so it took me back to those days in the mid 1980’s. It is always a delight to visit hilly landscapes as I’m now based in East Anglia… not an area known for mountain views!

REALISATION: Recent prints by Susan Aldworth and Jane Dixon, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge 13 September 2016 – 5 February 2017

Looking forward to seeing your artworks, look intriguing

Susan Aldworth

REALISATION: Recent prints by Susan Aldworth and Jane Dixon, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
13 September 2016 – 5 February 2017

This exhibition of beautiful contemporary prints by two British artists challenges our assumptions of reality and identity. Jane Dixon’s photograms, Evidence of Doubt, appear to be photographic records of real organic forms, but prove to be imaginary and drawn by the artist’s hand. The intangible images in Susan Aldworth’s two series of prints, Transience and Passing Thoughts, resist recognition and identification, yet they actually derive from the physical touch of human brain tissue, and portray real people.

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