Exhibition Artists

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Author, poet, photographer and founder of Our Isles, Angus has curated the exhibition and exhibits his photography, prose and poetry in the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.

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Printmaker and illustrator Lilly Hedley assisted on the curation of Hedgerow and exhibits a series of her prints in it, showcasing the wildlife that calls the hedgerow environment home.

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Alex is a woodworker deeply inspired by nature and the seasonal changes in the landscape. He will be exhibiting a series of his woodworks inspired by his connection to the hedgerow.

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Nationally renowned British printmaker, Angie Lewin has contributed a collection of her prints to the Hedgerow exhibition inspired by Nature and the semi-natural habitat.

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Antony Wren

Antony is a nature photographer, who captures the exquisite detail of the wildlife that call the rural environment home. Antony exhibits his Emperor Moth in the Hedgerow exhibition.

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ATM

ATM is a street artist painting birds threatened with extinction, 67 species now in serious decline across Britain. ATM exhibits his yellowhammer at Hedgerow.

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Christiane Gunzi

Based in Sussex, Christiane handcrafts traditional baskets using English willow, rush and other natural materials. She exhibits three delicate bird nests made from birch branches.

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Joseph Dupré

Joseph is a versatile artist, ranging from printmaking and painting to sculpture. He exhibits three beautiful pieces in Hedgerow, a jay, yellowhammer and hedgerow urn.

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Joya Berrow

Joya is a photographer and filmmaker. Her work is inspired by the rural environment, community and connecting people to nature. Joya exhibits her photography in the Hedgerow exhibition. 

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Kamaria Pryce

Kamaria is a self-taught watercolour artist. Her inspiration comes from everyday objects and the natural environment. Kamaria exhibits four watercolours of a meadow in each season. 

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Marco Kesseler

Marco is a photographer with an interest in portraits, food and contemporary social stories. He exhibits his photographs on landscape, hedgelaying and foraging in Hedgerow.

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Meg Fatharly

Meg creates art from paper fragments, re-arranging them through printmaking and collage. Meg exhibits three charming collages in the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.

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Mohamed Hassan

Mohamed is a photographer capturing a variety of subjects from portraiture to the natural environment. From Wales, Mohamed exhibits three photographs in the Hedgerow exhibition.

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Richard Allenby-Pratt

Richard is a photographer, who has exhibited globally, and now lives in Suffolk. Richard exhibits his landscape photography in Hedgerow captured in his home county.

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Tom Bunning

Tom is a commercial photographer working in the UK. Tom exhibits a series of his photographs that capture Ben Short hedgelaying in Dorset, laying in the county's regional style.

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Venetia Higgins

Venetia is a painter and printmaker, inspired by animals and her local surroundings of the Suffolk countryside including it's wildlife. She exhibits four paintings to the Hedgerow exhibition.

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Nigel Adams

Nigel has been hedgelaying since he was 21 and competes in many competitions around the country. He has been a consultant on the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.

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Megan Gimber

Megan is the Habitats Officer at PTES and is a self-confessed geek on hedgerows, a font of all knowledge on the semi natural habitat. Megan was a consultant for the Hedgerow exhibition.

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Tom Williamson

Tom is a landscape historian, writer and landscape archaeologist with wide-ranging interests. He has been a consultant for the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.

Hedgerow exhibition is proudly supported by the Arts Council of England

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