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WINTER GROUP SHOW LINDEN HALL STUDIO

12 January 2019   YOU ARE INVITED WINTER GROUP SHOWLINDEN HALL STUDIO Private View2-4 pm Saturday 7 DecExhibition Dates10 Dec - 25 Jan   "It’s really difficult to talk about nature, because we feel nature and we smell nature, and in some ways that's like art. It’s hard to talk about art, it’s something that we feel. So what I try to do is paint the feeling of a day, a place, a moment in time." Stephanie Burns    I am very honoured to be exhibiting with this esteemed group of British Artists at;Linden Hall Studios32 St Georges Road, Deal, Kent,...

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Modern Art Film Project By Laurence Fuller

9 January 2020  Modern Art by Laurence Fuller Laurence Fuller is my son, his father was the controversial philosopher and art critic, Peter Fuller. I am proud to announce that Modern Art has just been accepted in it's first screen play competition; Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival 2020. To watch the trailer click on the link below.     "Art, I believe; help thou mine unbelief" Peter Fuller, one of the most influential Modern Art critics of all time, is making a name for himself in the art world of the 70s and 80s, disrupting the establishment with his radical ideas and passionate debates....

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As Australia Burns once again Stephanie uses a creature as a metaphor for the Non Human effects of Climate Change

Climate Change Koalas Painting video

As Australia Burns once again Stephanie uses a creature as a metaphor for the Non Human effects of Climate Change

Around the world among News media, Koala Bears have become the metaphor for the non human effects of Climate change.     "Koalas have also been listed as one of the top 10 animals to be listed as endangered by climate change, as the eucalyptus remaining to the animals has lowered in nutritional value due to higher CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. They are difficult animals to monitor, as in different regions throughout Australia their numbers are not necessarily dropping.... One alarming, but potentially very important, aspect of the study highlighted how higher temperatures and extreme weather are risky to...

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