Anna Kirk-Smith

Anna Kirk-Smith

Anna Kirk-Smith is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, fine artist and lecturer in Fine Art at Hull School of Art and Design. She makes artwork, writes and lectures on subjects of natural sciences to raise awareness of political, social and environmental issues,...
Strijdom Van Der Merwe

Strijdom Van Der Merwe

As a land artist he generally uses the materials as found on a chosen site. These sculptural forms take shape in relation to the landscape. It is a process of working with the natural environment/world by using what is found on site and then shaping these elements...
Emma Robertson

Emma Robertson

I am passionate about drawing, biophilia and beauty, and combine these three things in artworks which focus on endangered plant species. I am interested in consilience – the unity of knowledge from different disciplines – and how we can use this to enhance...
Chris Day

Chris Day

I am currently undertaking practice based PhD study at UCA Farnham. I am focussing on the use of the body as a transformative medium for the spatio-temporal interpretation of the littoral as a metaphor for my clinical practice as a respiratory therapist. I work on...
Terry Flower

Terry Flower

Since graduating from Goldsmiths College London (BA Hons, Fine Art, Sculpture) in 1986 I have been a committed teacher and practitioner, I divide my time equally between the two. My theme is landscape, which is explored through sculpture, photography and bookworks. My...