Natural World

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The entries with the highest average rating will have the opportunity to include their work in an in-person exhibition. Please place your votes below, or you can learn more here.

Entry 65

Breakwater September 2019 by Nicky Bainbridge

Painting acrylic on canvas.

Size: w60 x h60cm

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Entry 60

Eider by Diane Bailey

Original painting - Acrylic on board.

Size: w75 x h75cm

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Entry 32

Turned by the Tide by Lesley Marshall

Figurative study of Worthing groyne post. Oil on paper.

Size: w36.5 x h46.5cm

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Entry 34

Memories of Provence by Michael Sewell

I've tried to create a painting that captures the memory and feeling of a time spent in Provence. Done in a semi abstract manner and not being concerned about size relationships or literal representation, I've concentrated on a design that says what I feel. Oil on Paper,

Size: w77 x h57cm

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Entry 53

Traces by Sin Mui Chong-Martin

A visit in 2018 to Lyme Regis inspired this piece of work, referencing how nature exposed the intricate traces of lifeform and it diversity, embedded over a long period of time by the process of water and sunlight. Photopolymer Etching is a printing process which involves the use of water and sun/light to expose an image onto a metal plate, that can be inked and pressed to produce the image on paper/material. This work involved the lengthy process of preparing, inking and arranging sixteen plates to create this artwork. It is delicately hand coloured, the colours of which relates to the blue/sea/water, earth/red ochre/earth/land and yellow ochre/sun/light.

Size: w77 x h65cm

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Entry 37

Underfoot by Nicola Brewerton

This is a drawing from weeds I have collected from Clayton Burial Ground where my mother is buried. Clayton Wood is managed as a nature reserve as well a a burial ground and I am interested in the cycles of life and death which go on there. I collect individual weeds and then press them, I then photograph them and use this image to draw from, layering one on top of the other. The drawing itself is ink and promaker pens.

Size: w84 x h34cm

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Entry 76

Upwards by Charlotte Regan

A worn and broken forest staircase that leads to the unknown. Watercolour on paper.

Size: w10 x h29.4cm

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Natural World

The final exhibition line-up will be decided by YOU!

The entries with the most votes will have the opportunity to include their work in an in-person exhibition. Please place your votes below, or you can learn more here.