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'Marking Shadows' Lazarides Gallery, 2014
       
     
 Much of 2014 was spent in my local woods focusing on a breathing space caught inside this concrete oasis.  By allowing environmental factors to both inspire and influence the way I work, a certain immediacy and pace was encouraged whilst capturing the contours and surface of the landscape.               
       
     
 During this time I became aware of the need for such places and how they are used. Hearing past stories and witnessing current interactions I caught a glimpse of how we intervene both positively and negatively.
       
     
 These works are my intervention...
       
     
'Intervention 1-5'
       
     
 ’Here’  ’Now’  ’Gone’
       
     
'Silver Birch #354' & 'Yew (neon)'
       
     
'Nocturnal'
       
     
‘Studies no. 351 – 489′
       
     
 These 20 studies directly reference each of the 20 beech stumps in a particular 'clearing site' of the woods. The deep scars of the saw and the fluorescent orange bruises from the marks sprayed onto the trees indicating which are to be felled.
       
     
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‘Response’
       
     
'A.L.K' (detail)
       
     
‘Coppice’
       
     
'U'
       
     
'I'
       
     
'O'
       
     
  Photography by Kate McLauchlan, Jenny Moore and Ian Cox.
       
     
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Website_1200_IMG_8118_artist_Lucy_Mclauchlan_Photo_©_Ian_Cox_2014.jpg
       
     
'Marking Shadows' Lazarides Gallery, 2014
       
     
'Marking Shadows' Lazarides Gallery, 2014
 Much of 2014 was spent in my local woods focusing on a breathing space caught inside this concrete oasis.  By allowing environmental factors to both inspire and influence the way I work, a certain immediacy and pace was encouraged whilst capturing the contours and surface of the landscape.               
       
     

Much of 2014 was spent in my local woods focusing on a breathing space caught inside this concrete oasis.

By allowing environmental factors to both inspire and influence the way I work, a certain immediacy and pace was encouraged whilst capturing the contours and surface of the landscape.

 

 

 

 

 

 During this time I became aware of the need for such places and how they are used. Hearing past stories and witnessing current interactions I caught a glimpse of how we intervene both positively and negatively.
       
     

During this time I became aware of the need for such places and how they are used. Hearing past stories and witnessing current interactions I caught a glimpse of how we intervene both positively and negatively.

 These works are my intervention...
       
     

These works are my intervention...

'Intervention 1-5'
       
     
'Intervention 1-5'

Installation 1 of 5 panels. 
100cm x  300cm. 
Paint & dirt on canvas.

 

 ’Here’  ’Now’  ’Gone’
       
     
’Here’ ’Now’ ’Gone’

Monoprint on 410gsm Saunders Waterford paper, 148 x 90cm
(Hewn oak wood print with 3 colour screen print)

'Silver Birch #354' & 'Yew (neon)'
       
     
'Silver Birch #354' & 'Yew (neon)'

Acrylic on found wood, 33.5 x 180cm


Mono-print on traditional Japanese paper, 95 x 89cm.  
(Wood print with 2 colour screen print) 

'Nocturnal'
       
     
'Nocturnal'

Ink and acrylic on canvas, 109cm.

‘Studies no. 351 – 489′
       
     
‘Studies no. 351 – 489′

Ink, acrylic, spray paint and varnish on beech, 43 x 43cm. 

 

 These 20 studies directly reference each of the 20 beech stumps in a particular 'clearing site' of the woods. The deep scars of the saw and the fluorescent orange bruises from the marks sprayed onto the trees indicating which are to be felled.
       
     

These 20 studies directly reference each of the 20 beech stumps in a particular 'clearing site' of the woods. The deep scars of the saw and the fluorescent orange bruises from the marks sprayed onto the trees indicating which are to be felled.

ian.jpg
       
     
‘Response’
       
     
‘Response’

Ink and acrylic on canvas, 149cm.

'A.L.K' (detail)
       
     
'A.L.K' (detail)

Monoprint on 410gsm Saunders Waterford paper, 150 x 63cm.
(Wood print with one colour screen print)

‘Coppice’
       
     
‘Coppice’

Ink and acrylic on canvas, 109cm.

'U'
       
     
'U'

Mono-print on traditional Japanese paper, 99 x 98cm.  
(Wood print with 2 colour screen print) 

'I'
       
     
'I'

Mono-print on traditional Japanese paper, 99 x 98cm.  
(Wood print with 2 colour screen print) 

'O'
       
     
'O'

Mono-print on traditional Japanese paper, 99 x 98cm.  
(Wood print with 2 colour screen print) 

  Photography by Kate McLauchlan, Jenny Moore and Ian Cox.
       
     

Photography by Kate McLauchlan, Jenny Moore and Ian Cox.