This collage landscape was inspired by one of Judith Rowan's sketchbook images, which she drew near Langshaw in November 1998 during a period of misty weather.
She says of this piece: "I wanted to convey the atmosphere, the mistiness of it, yet leave the viewer with a sense of something else beyond that - a piece of landscape which is still itself in spite of weather and time".
Judith Rowan was a part-time student at Leith School of Art and continued to a BA (Hons) at Cumbria College of Art & Design, graduating in 2000. Judith is a visual artist, painter, printmaker, poet and photographer, bringing a painterly quality to her photography. She has a particular interest in buildings, especially those scheduled for demolition!
Judith’s exhibition, “Missing”, at the Peter Potter Gallery in Haddington and the John Muir Birthplace Museum in Dunbar, used found objects to inspire paintings, prints and poems. Her work has been shown in many venues, including the Edinburgh Fine Art Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy, Open Eye Gallery and Visual Arts Scotland. She currently resides in Edinburgh.