Abstract landscape paintings which focus particularly on changing effects of light and weather, with surfaces that are built up using a wide variety of media and processes.
Public Preview Evening 17th April
Exhibiting in 2020
With land and seascape as her starting point, Freya Horsley’s paintings focus particularly on transient effects of light and weather and the changes they bring to the face of the land. Whether working outside in the landscape or back in the studio, she uses a wide variety of materials and experimental processes to create her surfaces and atmospheric effects. Based in York, Freya exhibits in London, Yorkshire, Cornwall and the North West.
Bootham School Arts Centre,
Bootham School ,
York, YO30 7BU
Pedestrian/bike access via Photographic Lane off Bootham (opposite entrance to Marygate). Vehicles (for disabled access only) to use entrance at far end of Portland Street (off Gillygate).
Bootham School studios are fully accessible with ground floor access and a lift to the lower ground floor. Disabled parking on site.