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Sue Lovell returns to The Poly with art to celebrate the diversity of our natural environment - promoting a rewilding of outer and inner landscapes - creating harmony rather than dominance.
This new work is a notebook from woodland and shore and is the result of Sue identifying plants and animals in Nuthatch Wood. During lockdown Sue became one of the custodians of this small woodland - making pathways into this rewilded field and creating a temporary woodland shelter. The skeletal beauty of January trees with their majestic forms, the birds, deer and fox sightings - as well as the charcoal from the campfire and sitting as a silent witness - has inspired this exhibition of work.
Sue has been using art to make sense of the world since childhood. She studied Fine Art in Birmingham, Falmouth & Cardiff - practicing and teaching art for over 40 years here & abroad including in London, Botswana, India & recently the Peak District. Sue returned to live in Falmouth four years ago and now has her own studio.
Exhibition open: Tuesday 5th October to Saturday 16th October, 10.00am–5.00pm.