Jill Impey

About

Jill Impey is a neurodiverse and socially engaged artist. She works with printmaking, installation and moving image. She seeks to better connect us with nature and through nature with each other.
Gathering Kin, Mosses, Lichen, Fungi (Tryptich)

Mosses are ecologically important. They absorb water, createing humidity, offering a home for small creatures, like woodlice. Time to notice and learn
from the ancient and adaptable bryophyte. Fungi are ecologically important. They aid the survival of species from other kingdoms through the supply of nutrients, as decomposers and recyclers establishing mutualistic symbioses. Time to notice and learn from the ancient and adaptable fungi.

Lichen are ecologically important. They enable algae to live all over the world and provide a means to convert carbon dioxide in the atmosphere through photosynthesis into oxygen. Time to notice and learn from the ancient and adaptable lichen.

With these works Jill has explored new worlds. She hopes to encourage us to take notice of and honour plants for our own and the planet’s well-being:

The mono-print collages are printed on Japanese papers and include collage pieces from The Big Issue magazine, musical scores and maps.

 

Gathering Kin, Mosses, Lichen, Fungi (Tryptich)
Monoprint and collage
3 framed art works (17x20cm each)
£225 for the three.

 

Shield Lichen
Monoprint and collage
20x17cm
£80

 

Sphagnum palustre
Monoprint and collage
17x20cm
£80

 

Tendernesting polypore
Monoprint and collage
20x17cm
£80

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Jill Impey

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