Gill Levin

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Skies, grasses, trees and plants have always been an inspiration for me – even more since moving from London to Norfolk in 1981. However, I am still captivated by industrial landscapes, having been taught by Prunella Clough at Chelsea Art School in the early 1950s. To date, I have painted 29 oils of the slow demise of the West Pier Brighton, still ongoing; 11 of Battersea Power Station, one of which is hanging permanently in the Atrium of the power station; and at least 10 paintings of cranes. I have recently become interested in mines of various sorts and am currently working on a slate mine. The spaces between are vital and fascinating to me. Commissions are most welcome.

N.b. Gill Levin is an associate member of the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail collective. Her studio is not open as part of the Art Trail in 2018, but she continues to participate in group exhibitions.