The wild brought into focus by landscape artist

Cambridge based artist Tess Recordon has taken inspiration from the wilds of the British landscape in her latest solo exhibition at Williams Art.

The body of work, created using oil paints and layers of solid pigment over a period of weeks, draws on her experiences travelling around the country on short trips.

From trekking to cycling, she searched for incredible views to memorise and recreate after returning home.

The result is a series of paintings that shimmer with colour and vibrancy, depicting rugged mountains and untamed open spaces – Cambridge makes an appearance too.

British Landscapes is on until Wednesday, July 10 at the Gwydir Street gallery.

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