Hartland Point


The site of an eternal battle between rock and sea, solid and fluid. Slowly, slowly, slowly the sea is winning, driving back the rock atom by atom, millimetre by millimetre, leaving behind a glorious lattice through which the water sluices with wind and tide.

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Hartland Point is part of the Deep Time: Rock, Sea, Sky series. This series consists of twelve limited edition prints. All are four-colour screenprints on Southbank paper and were made in my garage studio.

Made in January and February 2021 during the second Covid lock-down and inspired by residencies on the slopes of Bodmin Moor and on The Lizard in Cornwall whilst I was briefly free to travel.  There, fractured and multi-coloured rocks dating back to Gondwanaland present to the sky and the ocean. Drawing on strong feelings of bearing witness to infinite connections linking past, present and future, the series is a meditation on impermanence, of scale, time and process as the Anthropocene gathers pace with little sign of a fundamental realignment with nature by humanity.  It is time to Remember Nature!

The price is for the print unframed.

Year: 2022

Medium: Screenprint

Dimensions: 50 x 35 cms (paper), 42 x 24.5 cm (image)

Edition of: 4


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