Sea Ice, Antarctica
by Emma Stibbon RA
|Artist||Emma Stibbon RA|
|Dimensions||49.5 x 32.5cm|
|Fabric & material||Intaglio|
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Emma Stibbon has made a number of prints inspired by her travels in the Antarctic Peninsula with the Scott Polar Research Institute and the Royal Navy. In these richly tonal etchings, the artist explores ‘urgent environmental concerns’ through the depiction of the glacial retreat and the slow but steady movement of melting ice across foreboding expanses of dark water.
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About Emma Stibbon RA
Emma Stibbon RA was born in Germany (1962). She studied at Goldsmiths College, London, and the University of the West of England, Bristol. She’s currently senior lecturer in Fine Art at the University of Brighton.
She has participated in residencies, including the Scott Polar Research Institute placement in Antarctica, the Arctic Circle expedition to Svalbard, and the Derek Hill scholarship at... Go to artist page