Featuring original paintings by Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas, and Tam Cochrane’s limited-edition prints. This exhibition brings you up close to breathtaking mountains, deep-sea caves, waterlogged fenlands and cloud-shrouded treelines. These landscapes are interpreted for us showing the feeling as much as the vision that greeted the artists who made them.
All work is for sale. Enquiries and offers welcome.
About the Artists:
Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas is a semi-abstract artist, living in Cambridge. Her artwork explores a sense of time and place, using acrylics and mixed media to create visually textured paintings that draw expressively on colour, line, and composition to convey mood and drama. Her interest is in the mood and atmosphere of the place and moment as we experience it - traces of past lives, stories and associations we merely glimpse or sense. The physical process of layering and mark-making is an important means of exploring and understanding her own response to these places. The paintings selected draw on time spent living in, and exploring, the contrasting landscapes and histories of places that hold a particular significance for Rikki: the lowlands and fenlands of East Anglia, shaped and marked by the ever-shifting relationship between land and water; and the remote and rugged mountains of Galicia in north-west Spain - silent, knowing witnesses to the ages that have carved and sculpted their contours.
© Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas (Flood light)
Tam Cochrane lives and works in Histon. His multi-layered abstract works retain the feeling of what inspired them; for selected works this includes landscapes and rock formations from Tams’ travels. He creates his works using layers of photography, mixed media including painting, and printing. The result is high impact images that reward contemplation through the discovery of new combinations of colour, texture and line. Tam lives and works in Histon.
See also Instagram @tam.cochrane
© Tam Cochrane (Nothing new under the sun)
Exhibition duration: Saturday 28 October – Thursday 23 November 2023
For other enquiries please contact HAG@huntingdonartgallery.com
Huntingdon Art Gallery, Cambs Lock, 1 St Marys St, Huntingdon, PE29 3PE