Saturday, 26 January 2019

Weston: a necessary dream

A book published by Polly Feversham and Diane Howse on the occasion of the 90th Birthday of the Yorkshire collector Ronnie Duncan on 30 September 2018.
An extensive overview of Weston, his house and garden in the Yorkshire countryside which he conceived and established, with many photographs by Diane Howse, and contributions by:
Louisa Buck, Thomas A Clark, Simon Cutts, Ian Duhig, Ronnie Duncan, Patrick Eyres, Lynne Green, Rose Hilton, Tim Longville, Will Rea, Mike Wolfe and Greville Worthington.

Hardcover linen bound, with foil block printing
17 x 24 cm, 128 pages
edited by Polly Feversham and Diane Howse
designed by Peter Foolen
printed by Unicum, Tilburg, The Netherlands
edition of 300 copies
isbn 978-1-5272-2957-0

price £ 30 / 35 euro




Monday, 11 September 2017

a slow air


Thomas A Clark and Diane Howse
now showing in Sheffield as part of "In the Open"

6 – 29 September 2017
Bank Street Arts and Sheffield Institute of the Arts.

The exhibition includes artists’ books, text, images, films, paintings, photographs and objects which are the result of collaborative practices. Works have been made by at least two collaborators across disciplines to explore ideas around landscape, place, ecology and environment.

http://bankstreetarts.com/exhibitions/in-the-open/ 














with thanks to Harewood House Trust

Friday, 2 June 2017

moor for a room



Thomas A Clark and Diane Howse

Giclee print 550mm x 420mm
Edition of 25
2015

Saturday, 8 April 2017

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Wolf Crossing





















Three months of editorial about wolves and about crossings. Exploring landscape and language, nationalism and identity, travel and translation, gender, bodies, myth and more. Includes contributions from Rebecca Clark, Alec Finlay, Diane Howse, Ellie Broughton, Deborah Westmancoat, Tom Jeffreys, Erin Cunningham, Phill Hopkins & many more to come.


http://www.thelearnedpig.org/wolf-crossing