Join Jeremy Gardiner as he discusses his artistic excavation of the geology of landscape, how it is shaped by human activity and the forces of nature. Aware of distinct geologies, he interprets a variety of landscapes that contain the marks and secrets of their own distant formation. His artistic exploration has taken him from the Jurassic Coast of Dorset to the rugged coast of Cornwall, the Oceanic islands of Brazil, the arid beauty of the island of Milos in Greece and more recently the Lake District and its numerous waterfalls. The talk coincides with the publication of his latest book, The Art of Jeremy Gardiner: Unfolding Landscape, published by Lund Humphries, Jan 2013. See www.

Saturday 9 February, 11am

Admission prices

£10 / £8 Friends

Please book in advance by calling 0117 9735 129