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Judith Whitehouse

Visual Artist

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'My work is mainly abstract in its development but very rooted in what I see and perceive. A variety of media is used, primarily 2D, but sometimes integrated into 3D. Through recent projects I have also been developing multimedia skills combining photographs of my work, with photographs I have taken, plus pinhole camera solargraphs and digital drawing. I have also done a little experimenting with making short videos.'

I have taken part, over the last year, in a few projects or seminars where there was a crossover with arts and sciences. Some of these were looking at aspects of space, the sun, and human understanding of these in ancient and modern times. I live in West Cornwall with an abundance of history and a great awareness of coastal borders, their strengths, fragilities and their histories. Also thinking about the effects of mining and agriculture on an environment, the negatives and the positives. 

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'A Beautiful Land'  Eco print, dried flowers, and eco printing ink on khadi paper, developed during the 'Picturing the Landscape' project with Mayes Creative and Penwith Landscape Partnership

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'Movement 1'  Oil on linen. 'The first in the 'movement' series which is ongoing. These have a combination of an image transfer from the sun streaks in a solargraph I developed, combined with a drawing made in the 'Watching the Sun' virtual residency with Mayes Creative in November 2020. In this one the sun streak imagery is still apparent in the top right - this was transferred by an image transfer technique, using a photocopy of my sunstreaks.'