Friday, 12 August 2016

Landscape Art - Samuel Thomas

We had a good visit to Cromer earlier this week, for a trip to meet with friend, and we went to see the Samuel Thomas exhibition, which is on at the Red Lion in Cromer for the next week or so.
Samuel is inspired by his home town of Cromer (and beyond) and was very helpful, chatting to my son who is about to start his GCSE Art studies.

I liked how some of the pieces were very place specific and connected the art to the landscape on several levels which Samuel explained.
Which other artists do you use in your teaching who have a connection with the landscape?

Image copyright: Samuel Thomas

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