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Fragile Earth (THG Project Space)

14 January 2023 to 4 March 2023

A new exhibition of work by artist Sally Baldwin

Fragile Earth is a body of work evoking natural forms such as trees, pods, flowers, insects, sea life, water. The materials used - recycled paper, handmade paper, silk waste, silk, cotton scrim - are ghostly, white and ephemeral, suggesting delicate, fragile, finely balanced and vulnerable landscapes.

The work has its origins during the first lockdown when it felt as if the world as we knew it was collapsing – not only was the environment under extraordinary threat, with climate change and habitat loss demonstrated clearly all around us, but society too was crumbling because of a rampaging virus.

The pieces in the Fragile Earth collection reflect some of the issues involved in our current environmental crisis.

Join the artist for a special artist talk and demo on Saturday 25 February - book here


Past Exhibitions (2023)

  • THG OPEN 2023

    2 September 2023 to 28 October 2023

    The THG Open is a key part of THG’s exhibition programme showcasing the rich talent of both established and emerging contemporary visual artists living in the South West.  From intricate sculptures...

  • Liz Nicol: A Space Once Removed

    16 August 2023 to 19 August 2023

    A Space One Removed takes place between scheduled exhibitions at THG. The gallery space will become (in an abstracted sense), a space once removed from both studio and gallery, a fluid space subject...

  • Corinna Wagner: TerraOceanus

    17 June 2023 to 12 August 2023

    This exhibition explores our relationship to rivers and seas, and to the edge lands around them. Artworks will feature the built and natural environment, ruined and rewilded. There are abandoned...

  • Paradise Found: New Visions of the Blackdown Hills

    18 March 2023 to 3 June 2023

    A contemporary interpretation by 36 painters, printmakers and photographers walking in the footsteps of the Camden Town Group Conceived and arranged by Tim Craven, and co-curated by Sandra Higgins...

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