Land Cover

Land Cover

A solo exhibition of new work by Amy Wormald inspired by landscapes in East Anglia. The term land cover refers to the physical material at the surface of the earth including vegetation, water and urban infrastructure.

Amy Wormald lives and works under the big skies of the Cambridgeshire Fens and draws inspiration from the world around her. She makes work that reflects her experience of being in a place. Her striking paintings are characterised by bold use of colour, often on large canvases.  Amy works predominantly in acrylic and spray paint, but also uses collage, pastels and ink to add layers and interest. Working intuitively, she enjoys being immersed in the activity of painting. As a result Amy’s paintings often have a freedom and energy that creates an interesting surface for the eye to scan.

“At the core, my paintings are about the pleasure of seeing.” Says Amy, “I like how art can help us to be better at looking. When we are present and observant, we can notice more about our environment and the world around us.”  

The Land Cover exhibition will feature new paintings that have been created since 2021 including representations of the Norfolk coast, Felixstowe docks, and the River Great Ouse. The exhibition is open Tuesday - Sunday, 12noon – 4pm. There will be drop-in art activities for children and families as well as some special events.

Private View - Wednesday 12 October, 7 – 9pm (invitation only)
If you would like to attend, please join Amy’s mailing list for an invite here.

The exhibition starts at 12pm on Thursday 13 October and ends at 4pm on Sunday 6 November.
Babylon Gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm to 4pm with free entry.

Find out more about Amy Wormald:
Instagram @amy_wormald
Facebook @amywormaldart

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