• REMOTE LANDS

  • Zuleika Gallery, Woodstock, is delighted to present Remote Lands, a group exhibition presenting the work of six established international contemporary artists, each studying the phenomenal natural beauty of remote and isolated landscapes.  Artists include: Daniel Crawshaw, Emma Stibbon RA, Yasushi Yamabe, Rebecca Salter PRA, Jo Gorner and Nadine Bell.

     

    This exhibition is presented online from 20 November and will open in the gallery after 2 December 2020 until 9 January 2021.

  • EMMA STIBBON

    Despite their remoteness, many of the environments I work from are changing rapidly - as an artist I feel a sense of witness as this is happening in my lifetime.

    Emma Stibbon RA (b. 1962) is a British artist born in Münster, Germany. Drawing is at the heart of Stibbon’s practice and she has travelled widely to some of the world's most isolated regions. Working from sketches and photographic records, Stibbon creates stark, monochrome works on paper that explore the effects of human intervention on natural phenomena and the fragility of existence. 

    • Emma Stibbon RA, Drift, 2020
      Emma Stibbon RA, Drift, 2020
      £650.00 plus £110 framing
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    • Emma Stibbon RA, Ice Floe, Antarctica, 2020
      Emma Stibbon RA, Ice Floe, Antarctica, 2020
      £950.00 plus £160 framing
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    • Emma Stibbon RA, Peninsula Range, 2020
      Emma Stibbon RA, Peninsula Range, 2020
      Reserved
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    • Emma Stibbon RA, Snowfield, 2020
      Emma Stibbon RA, Snowfield, 2020
      £600.00 plus £100 framing
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  • EMMA STIBBON RA
    Night Sea Ice, 2017
    intaglio
    50 x 62 cm
    Edition of 40
    £ 900.00
     
    Copyright The Artist
    EMMA STIBBON RA Night Sea Ice, 2017 intaglio 50 x 62 cm Edition of 40 £ 900.00 Copyright The Artist
  • DANIEL CRAWSHAW

    Through oil paint I hope to articulate lost moments common to us all and relish the possibility of transforming empty scenes into settings for others to occupy’. 

    British artist Daniel Crawshaw (b. 1967), is a painter intrigued by the fragile potential of mountains and is an obsessive gatherer of material. Walking in the peaks of North Wales, the Pyrenees or Canada, he photographs and distills experiences into emotive paintings that reflect both the beauty and daunting isolation of nature and the elements, in varying scale. 

    • Daniel Crawshaw, Carnedd Dafydd, 2017
      Daniel Crawshaw, Carnedd Dafydd, 2017
      £ 450.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Carnedd Llewelyn, 2018
      Daniel Crawshaw, Carnedd Llewelyn, 2018
      £ 450.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Carnedd Llewelyn, 2016
      Daniel Crawshaw, Carnedd Llewelyn, 2016
      £ 450.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Llyn Idwal, 2016
      Daniel Crawshaw, Llyn Idwal, 2016
      £ 450.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Cwm, 2016
      Daniel Crawshaw, Cwm, 2016
      £ 2,400.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Craig, 2016
      Daniel Crawshaw, Craig, 2016
      £ 650.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Glaslyn I, 2017
      Daniel Crawshaw, Glaslyn I, 2017
      £ 8,000.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Glaslyn II, 2016
      Daniel Crawshaw, Glaslyn II, 2016
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta I, 2020
      Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta I, 2020
      £ 550.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta II, 2020
      Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta II, 2020
      £ 550.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta III, 2020
      Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta III, 2020
      £ 550.00
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    • Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta IV, 2020
      Daniel Crawshaw, Pineta IV, 2020
      £ 550.00
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  • YASUSHI YAMABE

    Yamabe says, “I express the horizon beyond the confrontation; Space and time appear and disappear. The perspectives are an interactive process with viewers; a vessel conjuring a new interpretation of the world.”

    Born in Okayama and living in Kyoto, Japanese artist Yasushi Yamabe (b. 1958) creates energetic paintings of his surrounding landscape. Yamabe depicts movement through linear mark-making, creating visual fluidity as well as a sense of space and passing time. 

    • Yasushi Yamabe, 雲山周遊図・いf - Cloud mountain round trip (Unzan shūyū-zu-i), 2018
      Yasushi Yamabe, 雲山周遊図・いf - Cloud mountain round trip (Unzan shūyū-zu-i), 2018
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    • Yasushi Yamabe, 青天笑風図 - Blue Sky & Laughing Wind (Seiten-syōfū-zu), 2018
      Yasushi Yamabe, 青天笑風図 - Blue Sky & Laughing Wind (Seiten-syōfū-zu), 2018
      £ 1,800.00
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    • Yasushi Yamabe, 頂を仰ぐ高遠図 - Looking up to the summit high far-view (Itadaki o aogu Kōen-zu), 2017
      Yasushi Yamabe, 頂を仰ぐ高遠図 - Looking up to the summit high far-view (Itadaki o aogu Kōen-zu), 2017
      £ 5,400.00
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  • Rebecca Salter PRA, Bethany 17, 2017
    Rebecca Salter PRA
    Bethany 17, 2017
    mixed media on paper
    54 x 70 cm 
    21 1/4 x 27 1/2 in
    £ 5250

    REBECCA SALTER

    Bethany 17, 2017

    British abstract painter and printmaker, Rebecca Salter PRA (b. 1955), lives and works in London. In Salter’s work on paper, heavily detailed minimal abstraction places emphasis on the movement and subtleties of layered marks on the paper. Found at the intersection between Western and Japanese traditions, the layering of neutral tones imbues the work with an ethereal quality, and a tranquil response to nature.

  • JO GORNER

    Lancashire born printmaker Jo Gorner’s practice starts in notebooks with drawing, writing and observations from walking. The central pivot of Gorner’s work is emotion and memory held within a language of place, landscape and the mapping of intimate geographical details. The landscape for the artist is a sentient place, an interface and a balancing system for self. Diminish is a series which captures an energetic rushing of breath, the fine tension of quietly observing and waiting as life ebbs. Scission and Incise reflects the rhythm of the land threaded through with silent tracks, underground streams and the pattern of growth.

    • Jo Gorner, Scission 1, 2015
      Jo Gorner, Scission 1, 2015
      £ 550.00
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    • Jo Gorner, Scission 3
      Jo Gorner, Scission 3
      £ 550.00
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    • Jo Gorner, Diminish 1, 2018
      Jo Gorner, Diminish 1, 2018
      £600.00 plus £150 framing
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    • Jo Gorner, Diminish 4, 2018
      Jo Gorner, Diminish 4, 2018
      £600.00 plus £150 framing
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    • Jo Gorner, Scission 6
      Jo Gorner, Scission 6
      £ 450.00
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    • Jo Gorner, Scission 7
      Jo Gorner, Scission 7
      £ 450.00
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    • Jo Gorner, Incise 3, 2015
      Jo Gorner, Incise 3, 2015
      £ 450.00
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    • Jo Gorner, Incise 6, 2015
      Jo Gorner, Incise 6, 2015
      £ 450.00
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  • NADINE BELL

    French born, London-based Ceramicist, Nadine Bell (b. 1961) is driven by a desire to reflect and interpret nature by creating one-off organic, often abstract, shapes which evoke sensations and emotions. She predominantly works in porcelain and black clay using a range of firing techniques. In her work in Remote Lands,  Bell has continued to explore the relationship between fragility and permanence, using paper porcelain due to its delicacy, fine textures and ethereal finish.  Click here for more.