The Forest of Possibility

I’m very excited to say I have some work in an exhibition called The Forest of Possibility.  The exhibition is organised by Art Unpacked. It was curated by Natasha Howes (who co-curated the First Cut exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery). The exhibition is touring Yorkshire and Lincolnshire (mostly Yorkshire) from January to August this year, full details here.


Can’t see the wood ©Claire Brewster 2014

It is a group show of artists that work with paper and includes some old friends, the full line up is James Aldridge, me, Andrea Mastrovito, Charlotte McGowan-Griffin, Davy and Kristin McGuire, Clare Skill and Justine Smith.

The first venue is: 7 January – 14 February 2015 Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby. Do head along if you can.

I will have several pieces in the show including a new piece, ‘Can’t See the Wood’, which you can see here.

It is made from hand cut Orographical maps and is a collection of owls and trees.  I got a bit obsessed last year (see my Personal Territories exhibition) by owls and trees.

I will post more about the exhibition, the other artists and the works that I have on show.

In the meantime enjoy.


Can’t See The Wood ©Claire Brewster 2014


Can’t See The Wood ©Claire Brewster 2014


Can’t See The Wood ©Claire Brewster 2014


Can’t See the Wood ©Claire Brewster 2014



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