Glynne James

My paintings are about time and space within the landscape, vast skies and huge tracts of farmland that can change in a matter of minutes or over a lifetime. I try to paint the progression of the landscape from when a seed is sown to when a crop is grown, a new building, a gentle breeze or a summer storm, all have an influence on how we look at the landscape and what we feel . When people say the fens are empty, that is because they have not really looked. A telephone pole, a solitary tree, or the new wind turbines and Power Stations all have a place in our time, all should be seen. My work is about the contrasts in nature, I try to portray the landscape in all its moods, at different times of day and year.

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