Calum McClureDamp Day, Queen's Park
These pieces are part of an ongoing series of work looking at public places, which touch upon themes of wealth and possession, as well as nature reclaiming these spaces.
Having travelled extensively in her earlier life and with Bahamian heritage, her bodily relationship with place and memory is pivotal to her practice. Bahamian light floods into her work, and her experiences in Bali and Nepal and appreciation of Eastern values shapes her thoughts.
Katharine Le HardyThe Galloper, 2021Oil on canvas
150 x 120 cm
1 LARGE : 2 small: Pippa Blake, Fred Coppin, Charlotte Edsell, Katharine Le Hardy and Calum McClure