Carry Akroyd's characteristically colourful and organised landscape images examine the relationship between humans and wildlife. This book samples work from twenty years; Carry's printmaking and painting over that time reflect various influences, not least a sense of history in the landscape. Her observations make connection with the nineteenth century poet John Clare, and illustrate how they both reacted to the sudden agricultural modernisations that transformed their local countryside.
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