Woodnotes: Frost, a Bass Violin, and Falling Out With the Sea

24 November 2017 // Landscape //Music

After a short break, Laura Cannell returns with a third instalment of her monthly column on music, landscape, and adventuring… I’ve had some trouble with writing lately, but today I feel normal again. I moved house exactly 4 months ago. We left the seaside and headed back to the countryside, to a hobbit house only […]

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New Landscape Drawings, early November ’17

18 November 2017 // Landscape

A new sequence of drawings by Maxim Griffin.

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Infinity Cove

17 October 2017 // Landscape

At the edge of England the land ends suddenly in high chalk cliffs. From the beach at Cuckmere Haven, they stand like frozen air, silent above the waves that are gradually undermining them. Here the landscape seems timeless, reduced to its basic elements: rock, water, air and sunlight. But the cliffs have a remarkable history […]

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The Caught by the River Book of the Month: October (1 of 2)

2 October 2017 // Landscape

At the edge of England the land ends suddenly in high chalk cliffs. From the beach at Cuckmere Haven, they stand like frozen air, silent above the waves that are gradually undermining them. Here the landscape seems timeless, reduced to its basic elements: rock, water, air and sunlight. But the cliffs have a remarkable history […]

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A Green and Pleasant Land, British Landscape and the Imagination: 1970s to Now

27 September 2017 // Landscape //Photography

A Green and Pleasant Land, British Landscape and the Imagination: 1970s to Now is a new exhibition at the Towner Art Gallery, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne BN21 4JJ. Open Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00am – 5:00pm and Bank Holiday Mondays, 10:00am – 5:00pm. Admission free. This exhibition caught our eye recently and day trips to […]

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