LINLITHGOW artist Laura Hudson has come back to her roots with an art exhibition at The Line Gallery.
Natural Rhythm is available for viewing until Tuesday March 15 and features an assortment of natural landscapes.
Laura (44) worked in film exhibition, expanded cinema and new media until she left the UK for France in 2004, to embark on a new life closer to the land. Settling in the mountains of Southern France, she learned the rural skills needed to live off the land. This seven-year project resulted in an online resource for living life on the land, seed swapping and vegetable growing which can be found at www. masdudiable.com.
She also found the space for her own art practice and has recently returned to her first passion, painting. She now lives and works between Scotland and France where her studio is.
She said: “My paintings and drawings are an emotional response to the world around me; a journey, a memory, a moment, a way of understanding the nature of what I see. I am fascinated by the uncontrollable in nature and in the materials I use. I am looking to find those moments, in painting, when the materials and the environment truly make sense.”
For more on the artist and her work go to http:\\laurahudsonstudio.wordpress.com