British artist to exhibit at major Auvergne art festival

Auvergne is ideal canvas for natural art. Meet the British artist exhibiting at a major art festival there in July.
Auvergne is ideal canvas for natural art. Meet the British artist exhibiting at a major art festival there in July.

A British artist’s fungi-inspired works will feature at a major outdoor exhibition from July.

The Horizons Arts-Nature festival

The Horizons Arts-Nature festival in Sancy, Auvergne, from July 11 to November 1 features art installations by British artist Kate Studley, who trained at Loughborough University and now lives in Germany. Her art is designed to be ephemeral, and to have the least possible ecological impact.

“I grew up on a farm in Cheshire so have always felt close to nature, it has always been important to me. When I was doing my fine arts degree, I realised that painting in particular produces a lot of rubbish. Just manufacturing paint in the first place produces pollution. So I was keen to ...

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