Somerset Reacquainted grids
The squares really are are back, well, I have been experimenting with them since last summer but in terms of the public eye, they are back. This is the next in a line of several developments for 'Somerset Reacquainted', it's a collaborative book initiated and being put together by artist Nina Gronw-Lewis and I'm really happy to have been able to submit a page for it.
Somerset Reacquainted is a 'creativity in isolation' project initiated by artist Sara Dudman, you may recall seeing a previous post where I submitted work with an artist led group, this is the link if you would like to read Somerset Reacquainted July 2020. Just over 60 artists were/are involved with everyone submitting work to be shown on Instagram and the S.A.W website, we were then able to have a physical exhibition, when lockdown restrictions were lifted, at the Somerset Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury. A really wonderful collection of art, which really felt like you were exploring the local area and the way the artists worked and what it meant to be in Somerset in an unprecedented lockdown event.