Landscape, Man & Memory with Art Historian, Sara Radice
A lecture by Sara Radice looking at landscapes and artists’ interventions with the wild. She will examine man’s physical and spiritual encounters with Nature and explore art in connection with time and place; how artists think about the elements – earth, wind, fire and water – and their role in both forming the earth beneath our feet and these works of art. Artists will include Constable, Turner, Moore, Nash and Ravilious, as well as contemporary artists such as Long, Parker and Gillespie. The works may be of specific places, but the essential subject often lies elsewhere. They have become, in Geoffrey Grigson words, ‘places of the mind’.
When: Thursday 30th March, 7pm (entrance from 6:30pm)
Where: The Studio at Arundells, 59 Cathedral Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EN
Sara Radice, photograph by Emma Findley
Please note that the main gates may be closed if you arrive a little early, but please don’t worry, we will be there to let you in soon.
There will be loos available on site, including an accessible loo, but no there is no parking at Arundells, we recommend using city centre car parks.
All tickets are non refundable but you are very welcome to pass them on to friends or family if you are unable to attend.
Rainstorm over the Sea c. 1824-8
John Constable RA (1776 – 1837)
Royal Academy of Arts