Their Colours and Their Forms

Their Colours and Their Forms

Their Colours and Their Forms

Their Colours and their Forms was exhibition of new work by artists, composers and creative writers responding imaginatively to Wordsworth’s life and poetry and the manuscripts of William and Dorothy Wordsworth displayed in the Museum.  For further details click more information and scroll down below the images.

Their Colours and their Forms was curated by John Strachan, Brian Thompson and myself.  It was exhibition of new work by artists, composers and creative writers responding imaginatively to Wordsworth’s life and poetry and the manuscripts of William and Dorothy Wordsworth displayed in the Museum. It featured fine art by Tim Brennan, Manny Ling, Brian Thompson and myself, poets David Harsent, John Strachan and Tony Williams, and sound recordist and musicians Robert Strachan and Sam Wiehl .

 

The exhibition was brought together by the curators with the support and assistance of Jeff Cowton and his colleagues at the Wordsworth Trust and in collaboration with the School of Humanities and Creative Industries at Bath Spa University and W.A.L.K. (Walking, Art, Landskip and Knowledge) at the University of Sunderland. The curators are grateful also for the financial sponsorship of the universities of Bath Spa, Northumbria and Sunderland.

 

A catalogue of Their Colours and their Forms by Carol McKay and John Strachan has been published by Art Editions North and the Wordsworth Trust and is available at £9.95

Their Colours and their Forms was curated by John Strachan, Brian Thompson and myself.  It was exhibition of new work by artists, composers and creative writers responding imaginatively to Wordsworth’s life and poetry and the manuscripts of William and Dorothy Wordsworth displayed in the Museum. It featured fine art by Tim Brennan, Manny Ling, Brian Thompson and myself, poets David Harsent, John Strachan and Tony Williams, and sound recordist and musicians Robert Strachan and Sam Wiehl .

 

The exhibition was brought together by the curators with the support and assistance of Jeff Cowton and his colleagues at the Wordsworth Trust and in collaboration with the School of Humanities and Creative Industries at Bath Spa University and W.A.L.K. (Walking, Art, Landskip and Knowledge) at the University of Sunderland. The curators are grateful also for the financial sponsorship of the universities of Bath Spa, Northumbria and Sunderland.

 

A catalogue of Their Colours and their Forms by Carol McKay and John Strachan has been published by Art Editions North and the Wordsworth Trust and is available at £9.95