Yelena Popova – Made Ground

When

Sat, 1 October 2022 - Sun, 11 December 2022

Where

CAMPLE LINE - Cample, Near Thornhill Dumfriesshire Scotland DG3 5HD

Further info

Cost: Free

Yelena Popova exhibition page

Type: Exhibition

Yelena Popova, Made Ground (2021). Image by Mike Bolam

Currently at CAMPLE LINE is an exhibition of new work by Nottingham-based artist Yelena Popova, entitled Made Ground.

The exhibition brings together a new group of paintings, for which Yelena has used soil and rock that she collected locally to Cample. A new substantial painting installation, it continues and extends a wider body of ‘post-petrochemical paintings’, which she began in 2017 during a residency at Girton College, Cambridge. Installed by Yelena in our upstairs space, these new paintings are to date her most sustained exploration of a place through soil, stone, pigment, gesture and colour.

Yelena also presents two textile works in our downstairs spaces, including a hand-knitted piece that references the extensive coniferous plantations that are a major feature of the local working landscape and uses a variation of Sanquhar Knit, a distinctive geometric knitting pattern that originated in the town of Sanquhar in Dumfries & Galloway in the 17th century.

With an exhibition text by writer George Vasey

Exhibition runs until 11 December 2022
We are open Thurs – Sun, 11am – 4pm
or by appointment outside of those times
Entry is free – all are welcome!

 

 

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