A lovely review of ‘…and then I was the wind’!

In her great review of the exhibition ‘Off the Ground’ at Resource for London Lilia Prier Tisdall has this to say about my work:

“The upstairs room is dominated by painters yet it is Nicola Maskrey’s digital prints that stand out for me. Titled ‘…and then I was the wind’ they use long exposure photography to record the ‘movement of air and tidal currents through vegetation’. The effect is painterly in itself, and they really do convey the sense of what it would be like to be the wind rushing through the trees.”

You can read the full review here – http://www.rowanarts.net/off-the-ground-review/

The exhibition is showing at Resource For London, 356 Holloway Road, N7;  from 4th November – now extended until 8th January (Monday-Friday 10am-5pm)

Here’s one of the images:

...and then I was the wind - II (early sketch)
…and then I was the wind – II (early sketch)

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