Mapping Contemporary Art in the Heritage Experience - Exhibition at Cherryburn - Photographic documentation of Mark Fairnington's piece, ‘Walking, Looking and Telling Tales'
This folder includes images from MCAHE project depicting Mark Fairnington’s Art piece Walking, Looking and Telling Tales at The National Trust, Cherryburn.
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Images of the installations at Cherryburn have to be credited to the artist Mark Fairnington, and the respective photographer: Colin Davidson (Please see file name)
Contemporary painter, Mark Fairnington, took on the ‘mantle’ of Thomas Bewick, by ‘following in his footsteps’, recreating walks he made in the landscape surrounding Cherryburn over 200 years ago. Based on sketches of small but vivid details, such as a hanging swing he encountered along the way, Fairnington produced a series of small paintings, taking a contemporary viewpoint. These exquisite works were hung in Bewick’s birthplace, a tiny cottage adjacent to the Cherryburn museum.
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