Argyll

Hush

“HUSH - a quiet exploration of the Cowal Peninsula, in textiles”

My 2018 solo exhibition.

Immersing myself in a specific geographical location for extended periods of time. Observing, re-interpreting and communicating how I see colour and shape in the landscape.

Jane at the opening of  HUSH

Jane at the opening of HUSH

Sheared, Jane Hunter, 2018

Sheared, Jane Hunter, 2018

Shelter 1, 2 & 3, Jane Hunter, 2018

Shelter 1, 2 & 3, Jane Hunter, 2018

Shelter of the Kyles, Jane Hunter, 2018

Shelter of the Kyles, Jane Hunter, 2018

Rock Study 1, 2 & 3, Jane Hunter, 2018

Rock Study 1, 2 & 3, Jane Hunter, 2018

Narrows, Jane Hunter, 2018

Narrows, Jane Hunter, 2018

Hex

Initiated by gallerist, Rosalyn McKenna, I embarked on an exploration of the work of Jennifer Hex (1938 - 2016). Discovering similarities with how both she and I view and understand landscape and make our work.

Gott Bay Study 2, Jennifer Hex (image courtesy of The Argyll Collection)

Gott Bay Study 2, Jennifer Hex (image courtesy of The Argyll Collection)

Kilbride Bay Study 1, Jane Hunter 2018

Kilbride Bay Study 1, Jane Hunter 2018