Jo Bramley-Wright’s work focuses on the natural landscape and journeys made within it. Series of work evoke the pages of a diary often punctuated by a single bird moving through the space.
The layering of both materials and image is a key theme running through the work both in the processes and through the use of transparent or opaque materials. The resulting work imitates the space within the scene, and the way some parts are naturally concealed from view, with the combination of the obvious against the obscured.
‘As an artist and someone who thrives in the mountains I attempt to portray the feeling of being in the landscape underneath the changing sky and the craggy ground. Whether it be the local fells, the snowy Highlands or the imposing Alps the feeling of moving through these spaces inspires me.’