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Uneasy Landscapes

Los Liones 2, 2013,  Los Liones 3, 2013 by Brian Forrest   Los Liones 2, 2013   Los Liones 3 … [Read more...]

Little Scenes 7&8

Little Scenes, Circa 1978, Diana Camera Contact Prints, Photography by Brian Forrest —     … [Read more...]

Little Scenes 5&6

Little Scenes, Circa 1978, Diana Camera Contact Prints, Photography by Brian Forrest —     … [Read more...]

Little Scenes 3&4

Little Scenes, Circa 1978, Diana Camera Contact Prints, Photography by Brian Forrest —   … [Read more...]

Little Scenes 1&2

Little Scenes, Circa 1978, Diana Camera Contact Prints, Photography by Brian Forrest —     … [Read more...]

Desert Series, Selection_Three

Desert Series, Selection (1991-2000), Photography by Brian Forrest — Two Roads, 1992 Dark Field, 1992 Tissue, 1996 Fence 1997 … [Read more...]

Desert Series, Selection_Two

Desert Series, Selection (1991-2000), Photography by Brian Forrest — Landing Strip, 1994 Badwater Path, 1994 Circles, 1998 Twin Trees, 1996     … [Read more...]

Desert Series, Selection

Desert Series, Selection (1991-2000), Photography by Brian Forrest — Tumbleweeds, 1997 Leaning Poles, 1996 Single Tree, 1993 Tracks, 2000 © Brian Forrest   … [Read more...]

Stars (Astronomy Series), 1990

Brian Forrest, Stars (Astronomy Series), 1990 … [Read more...]

Moon (Astronomy Series), 1990

Brian Forrest, Moon (Astronomy Series), 1990 … [Read more...]

Sun (Astronomy Series), 1990

Brian Forrest, Sun (Astronomy Series), 1990 … [Read more...]

The Loupe_Glass of Water, 1983

Brian Forrest, Glass of Water, 1983 … [Read more...]

Inside the Artist’s Studio: Brian Forrest

"Inside the Artist's Studio" is an-ongoing series exploring issues  on contemporary art through direct encounters with the artists themselves. Please click on the image to enlarge and for all artwork details. A Radical Arcadia – “There have always been two kinds of arcadia: shaggy and smooth; dark and light; a place of bucolic leisure and a place of primitive panic”, Simon Schama tells us in Landscape and Memory, one arcadia being “a dark grove of desire, but also a labyrinth of madness and death”. He further describes certain arcadias as purposefully and importantly untamed: “turf, gorse, heather, and timber, trees, shrubs and brushwood” of the heaths outside of 19th century London were a cherished gift to the city … [Read more...]