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Nature has been a source of inspiration for artists for centuries, find out how nature influences Plantlife’s first artist in residence, Iris Hill in this online talk.
Iris Hill will share tales from her travels around the UK spending time in important places for wild plants and fungi.
How the experience has helped develop her practise as an artist will be at the heart of her storytelling, including her discoveries on the potential for the arts in nature conservation. Lisa will be joined in conversation by CEO Ian Dunn, who will weave in Plantlife’s successes and challenges from 2023 and what we can look forward to in 2024.
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Lisa is a watercolour artist inspired by the natural world, the connection between breath and brushwork and the utter joy that can be found when paint meets the canvas. From her studio on the south coast of England, Lisa crafts whimsical artwork under the name Iris Hill – an homage to her Nan, the woman who lit Lisa’s creative flame and helped it burn bright.
Ian joined Plantlife in early 2020 after a four-year stint as Chief Operating Officer at the University of Southampton. Previously, Ian was the Chief Executive of the Galapagos Conservation Trust and prior to that he was on the managing board of the British Antarctic Survey. He is a qualified yoga teacher and is re-engaging with his creative side through oil painting and writing.
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