art.earth closed in January 2023 • this is an archive site

art.earth was a family of artists dedicated to making art that looks out to the world and believing that art enriches the world and makes it a better place.

You can read our message of farewell and explore the archive –
a treasure trove of events, happenings, exhibitions and other stuff that art.earth did with its wonderful family from 2016 to 2023. Visit our YouTube channel.

You can still purchase our publications. Books while stocks last + eBooks.

You can also read some of the many responses to our farewell message.

A huge thank you all who participated and otherwise engaged with us. The world still needs you!

Liquidscapes

Liquidscapes: tales and telling of watery worlds and fluid states June 20 to 22 2018 • Dartington Hall @liquidscapes18 | @artdotearth A three-day international gathering bringing together creative thinkers and doers to explore physically and figuratively...

Amanda Pellatt (Devon)

Amanda is an old friend of art.earth and predecessor Aune Head Arts. She is a painter and makes beautiful artist books.  If there is time, she will introduce this work - otherwise we'll put it back to June.  [Go back to May First Friday]   A hand-bound sketchbook that...

Peter Ward

Our featured artist for November 2020 is Peter Ward.

The Clearing #10

from Little Toller Books THE CLEARING ISSUE #10 | On Dust and Plastic Forks Emerging voices and new writing on landscape, nature and place published by Little Toller Books This issue includes writing by Alex Woodcock, Polly Butcher, Kerri ní Dochartaigh and Robert...

Rauschenberg’s place of magic

RAUSCHENBERG AND CAPTIVA In the fall of 1960, Rauschenberg retreated from his New York City studio to Treasure Island, a small fishing village off the west coast of Florida, to complete his series of Dante Drawings (1958-1960) that illustrate the thirty-four cantos of...

Quarantine Connection (blog)

from our friend Mark Goldthorpe at Climate Connections: ClimateCultures editor Mark Goldthorpe introduces a new feature — with thanks to one of our members, artist Jennifer Leach, whose conversation first sparked off the idea that has quickly become Quarantine...

Deborah Duffin & Shanni Ong

Deborah Duffin MRBS || Shanni Ong August 31 to September 18 2017 Reception/Meet the Artist Friday September 8, 18.00 to 19.30 An exhibition of 2D and 3D work Deborah Duffin MRBS After winning prizes for student work, including the national Winsor &...

The tiger, before it leaps

A lovely essay posted on the Landscape and Art Network site recently. Worth a read. Martin Spray's The tiger, before it leaps. "TO THE TIGER, you are but meat. To you, if you see it before it springs, the tiger is a beautiful thing, and a terrible one. Do we not live...

Sweet May…

There's quite a bit happening at art.earth in the first week of May. It must be spring fever. First Friday, 6 May First Fridays (which began last month) start with an informal bring-something-to-share lunch followed by an artist talk / sharing of work. This month, the...

March 2021: Katie Taylor

Each month a member of the art.earth Board of Directors selects a member to feature, to become our Artist of the Month. What follows is a response from that artist to some questions and a discussion, together with some examples of their work. This month (March 2021)...