Back to Earth exhibition

August 26 2016

Guest artist of the month this September at Gloucester Road gallery, Room 212, is vegetable artist, Natasha Clutterbuck. Natasha’s work has been featured in Gardens Illustrated and Country living magazine and she is artist in residence at Yeo Valley Organic Garden.

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Guest artist of the month this September at Gloucester Road gallery, Room 212, is vegetable artist, Natasha Clutterbuck. Natasha’s work has been featured in Gardens Illustrated and Country living magazine and she is artist in residence at Yeo Valley Organic Garden.

The display promises to be dramatic as Natasha explained: “My work will be featured in the window alongside natural raw materials that I use and vegetable related subject matter that inspires me.”

Room 212 owner, Sarah Thorp added: “We are planning a show stopper window display of Natasha's pictures, along with the natural materials she uses for creating the work itself - these include willow charcoal produced on the Somerset levels, red iron ore and ochres found in the Mendip hills and mud and oak bark found near to where she lives.“

Many other Room 212 artists are inspired by the theme of Home Grown with Hannah Broadway's allotment print, Jess Hinsley's red onions and Fiona Willis' original contemporary English prints of seeds and vegetable gardens in watercolour and ink. Many other regular artists feature flowers, hedgerows and natural themes.

The exhibition is from September 6 - October 6, see www.room212.co.uk for more details.