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Reading Between The Limes
13 October 2018, 16:55

81 trees are to be felled in Walthamstow Town Square to make way for retail and luxury housing development. This will change this area drastically. I am one of 16 artists putting on an exhibition to respond to this awful situation.

For this exhibition I have produced three small wood engravings: choosing to work in black and white, like text on a page, giving a small voice to those who have none.

Mimas tiliae: The Lime Hawk Moth
Is a resident who
When the lime trees are cut down
Will be forced to flee
For its life



Flight of the Refugees
For residents who are able
When the lime trees are cut down
Will be forced to flee
Their homes
As refugees


Extinguished: Forever
For residents who are not able
When the lime trees are cut down
Their lives will be
Extinguished
Forever

When did man loose his ancestoral knowledge and understanding of the interconnectedness of all life and our place within the natural order? The thrum of the Climate Change drum is becoming ever louder.

He is heading for a fall.

The exhibition runs from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 October - at Winns Gallery, Lloyd Park.
For all details please visit my events page.

Rebecca Coleman sgfa
Rebecca works in a variety of media and has exhibited work at some of the country's most iconic locations — the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts, the Mall Galleries, and in Cork Street — and with distinguished organisations including the Society of Wood Engravers and the Royal Society of British Artists. She also regularly exhibits at other galleries across the UK and beyond, and in 2014 she was elected to the Society of Graphic Fine Art.