New Issue of Urthona OUT NOWOn Mon, 10 April, 2023 - 11:12
URTHONA 36 unknown landscapes
Urthona Issue 36 ‘Unknown Landscapes’ is out now! A sumptuous issue devoted to landscape art and writing…
Landscapes move and uplift us in ways that are hard to pin down. Artists explore such emotional responses and bring clarity, awareness and transformational depth to the process. They help us to make the appreciation of landscape more conscious and meaningful.
As Christopher Neve in his wonderful book ‘Unquiet Landscape’ says of the work of Paul Nash: ‘pictures, like the landscape itself, enunciate with the greatest clarity a language that is beyond words.’
Highlights include interview with Maitreyabandhu about his love of Cezanne. Review of the Hockney Arrival of Spring exhibition. Sacred springs in Nepal and Cambridgeshire. Dynamic Cornish landscapes by celebrated St Ives artist David Mankin. Profiles of Triratna artists Saddhahadaya and Khemin
NEW FORMAT Now in A4 size art book format and high quality thick paper, a delight to hold in your hand. Also available as Emag for iPad etc.
Cover image: Liverpool Bay by Ratnagarbha
Featured Image: Storm Over Zennor by the dynamic St Ives artist David Mankin who is profiled in this issue.