• CHESIL MOONSQuick View
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    • CHESIL MOONS

    • £12.00
    • A publication celebrating The Chesil Beach in Dorset, its sea Kale, reedbeds, shingle and the moons that pass over her. Radical landscape poet Elisabeth Bletsoe and plein air painter Frances Hatch collaborate to express their response to this thin spit of shingle by exchanging images and words. Frances has shaped them into a slim and elegant volume of poetry and…
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  • DRAWING ON DORSETQuick View
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    • DRAWING ON DORSET

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    • A panel, which included Professor Anita Taylor - Director of Drawing Projects UK and the founding Director of the Jerwood Drawing Prize project; Tania Kovats - Artist and Professor of Drawing at Bath Spa University; Deborah Harty - Artist and Researcher; and Tim Knowles - Artist and Curator, looked for drawing in all its possibilities. From the work submitted they…
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    • DRAWN TO ANTARCTICA

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    • These 79 pages trace a fascination with Antarctica which began in 2004 when Frances read Jenny Diski's Skating to Antarctica and booked her ticket for the journey south. Softcover. Signed if required. Viriditas Press. ISBN: 978-0-9562647-0-1
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  • THE COMMON GROUNDQuick View
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    • THE COMMON GROUND

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    • 38 pages. Full colour. 21x21cm A publication prompted by the exhibition, The Common Ground at The Crafts Study Centre, Farnham. January to May 2020. Content: written contributions by Professor Simon Olding, an essay by Frances Hatch and poem by Elisabeth Bletsoe. Contributions by Adam Buick, Akiko Hirai, Kyra Cane and Jack Doherty. Over 30 reproductions. ISBN 978-1-9162971-0-4
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  • WITH RED EARTH UNDER MY NAILSQuick View
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    • WITH RED EARTH UNDER MY NAILS

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    • I chose to use the funding by Arts Council England and Thelma Hulbert Gallery to develop a response to a poem Jeremy Hooker wrote in 2015. He took as a starting point a specific painting of mine, but his words touched into the fundamentals of my practice. WITH RED EARTH UNDER MY NAILS is the third from The Viriditas Press…
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