Walk: an exhibition of original artworks by Sue Giblett and Kim Bailey

An exhibition at the Goodwin Gallery open Saturday 7th January to Thursday 2nd February 2017 incl
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'Downs in Winter', by Eric Ravilious, 1934. Eric Ravilious was born in Eastbourne and is the great draughtsman of the Downs. His tutor was the painter Paul Nash who was also interested in chalk landscapes. The whiteness of the landscape and the chalk hill figures were a particular inspiration

Robert Macfarlane walks the South Downs

Richard Long ‘Slate Drawing Two’, 2002 © Richard Long. After long: take rubbings from found marks and translate them into line stitch

Richard Long ‘Slate Drawing Two’, 2002 © Richard Long. After long: take rubbings from found marks and translate them into line stitch

Richard Long "Wind Line" (1985)

Richard Long "Wind Line"

Richard Long - the pioneer of walking as a means to explore landscape.    He states: “walking – as art – provided a simple way for me to explore relationships between time, distance, geography and measurement. These walks are recorded in my work in the most appropriate way for each different idea: a photograph, a map, or a text work. All these forms feed the imagination."

Richard Long - the pioneer of walking as a means to explore landscape.

Richard Long, ‘Dartmoor Walks’ 1972

points and squares through a coffee machine : Richard Long :: Dartmoor Walks

Walking Circle in Mist - Richard Long

Richard Long, Walking a Circle in Mist, 1986 I consider my landscape sculptures inhabit the rich territory between two ideological positions, namely that of making ‘monuments’ or conversely, of ‘leaving only footprints’.


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