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Alison Griffin’s current work reflects a lifelong love of nature and environment that began in her childhood home of Norfolk.
Her intricate pencil drawings depict familiar scenes – a winding country road, skies of brooding cloud formations – small-scale,
intimate contemplations of everyday scenes. The pencil medium captures the drama of light and shadow, imbuing the images with an underlying tension, highlighting the strain on the environment as humans and nature try to coexist in the same fraught landscape.
Alison uses her own photographs as both source material and incitement to reveries of her early childhood growing up in the Norfolk countryside. Informed by the elemental, natural world, her introverted work is also inspired by landscape artists of the 19th Century, such as Turner’s exquisite sky studies, and The Norwich School, whose landscapes depict the vast Norfolk skies and bucolic countryside from a time when humans lived in a more harmonious way with the environment.
This item is unframed – we can arrange for framing and delivery at an additional cost
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