Fragile Planet: Painting the wilderness

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40 years painting in the world’s wildest places with Landscape artist and explorer Tony Foster.

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Come and hear Tony Foster describe some of his adventures, encounters, joys and challenges when painting his large-scale ‘Watercolour Diaries’ on site in the world’s untouched and inaccessible places. Each painting is a record of time and experience in extreme places.

Tony Foster is not a conventional landscape artist, his paintings are records of experience in extreme places. Travelling on foot, or down rivers by kayak or raft, he camps out for weeks in the deep wildernesses of the Himalayas or the Arctic or Indonesia, or in the empty places of North America.

Covid regulations: We advise attendees to lateral flow test before joining us for the talk. Please do not attend if you test positive or have symptoms of Covid-19.

Attendees will be asked to wear masks during the talk.

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The talk will take place in the Art Gallery on the first floor. There is lift access to the first floor, and disabled access facilities on site. Please let us know if you have any additional access requirements at lauren.campbell@royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

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The Royal Institution of Cornwall, founded in 1818, was set up to promote excellence across all fields relating to Cornwall’s world leading industries and art through the creation of the Royal Cornwall Museum, the Courtney Library and a programme of lectures.

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