Anna Chapman Parker’s work is concerned with language, text and experiences of observation. Most recently she has delved into written accounts of looking and being in the landscape. For StAnza 2019, she will be exhibiting a series of drawings and paintings which take as their starting point lines extracted from the notebooks and diaries of Dorothy Wordsworth, Richard Jefferies, Francis Kilvert and John Clare, all of whose writings consider how we move through landscapes.
This exhibition is presented in partnership with StAnza Poetry Festival.
Meet the Artist
Thursday 7 March, 13:40 – 14:10
Town Hall, Queen’s Gardens – Fife Contemporary Foyer
Hear from Anna Chapman Parker on her exhibition ‘I sat till I could see no longer’
For StAnza 2019, Anna Chapman Parker is exhibiting a series of drawings and paintings sparked by and incorporating lines from the notebooks and diaries of Dorothy Wordsworth, Richard Jefferies, Francis Kilvert and John Clare. All these writers consider the ways in which we move through landscape, a consideration also to be found in Anna’s work. Join the artist as she discusses her artworks and their use of the textual.