Peter Ursem/Jane Wilson

               between land, sea, and sky

               26 July - 4 August 2022, St Endellion Church Hall

     Peter Ursem, Pinus Radiata, 2021, lino print    Jane Wilson, Three Swallows, 2022, mixed media and collage

Peter Ursem is an artist and writer. As an artist he specialises in multi-coloured lino prints, as well as drawings and paintings. The landscape is a main theme, with a special interest in landscapes that radiate 'genius loci', a spirit of place that hints at invisible connections and stories that may have gone on before. Peter graduated in literature from the University of Utrecht before training at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in the Hague and has received several Arts Council awards. His current studio overlooks the Tamar Valley in Cornwall. 

Jane Wilson is an award-winning artist working from her studio by the coast in Looe, Cornwall. A mixed media artist, Jane uses a variety of materials including collage, paint, and dry media to create her vibrant multi-layered paintings. Her inspiration comes from living in Cornwall and its coast, landscape, flora, and fauna. Jane’s richly textured and colourful artworks celebrate the beauty and history of this extraordinarily special place. (art) (writing)

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Exhibition curated by Lois Oliver. A violinist in the St Endellion Summer Festival Orchestra, Lois has curated collections and exhibitions at the National Gallery, V&A and Royal Academy.