Tor Falcon

Tor is a landscape artist based in Norfolk and Cumbria. Educated at Norwich School of Art (BA Hons, Fine Art Painting) her work is very much rooted in the English Landscape tradition. She uses drawing as a way of understanding the essentials of a particular landscape. There is an underlying geological rhythm and there is local flora dictated by that geology. There is the effect man has had and there is local climate and time of year. Whether it’s a wind sculpted sycamore repeating the shapes of hills next to a remote northern farmhouse, or tram lines through three hundred acres of East Anglian barley and one stag headed oak tree in the distance, each landscape has it’s own identity. A set of shapes and colours that are repeated through it. Tor’s sets of small pastel drawings are her way of understanding what makes a place the way it is.
Exhibitions include:
2005  Broadside Festival of the Arts, Norfolk
            John Foster’s Group Show, John Innes Centre, Norwich
2006  Group Eight, Norfolk
            Art in the Park, Norfolk
2007  Salthouse 07
2008  Group Eight, Norfolk
            Open Show, Castle Museum, Norwich
2010   Dove Barn, Group Show, Suffolk
            Group Eight, Norfolk
2011    Group Eight, Gallery 18/21, Norwich
            Inspirations, Norwich
            Group Eight, HRW, London
2012   Open Show, Castle Museum, Norwich
            Solo show, Wiveton Cafe, Norfolk
2013   Group Eight Show, Asia House, London
2014   Dovedale Arts Festival 
            The Mall Gallery, Pastel Society Open Show
            Solo show, Wiveton Cafe, Norfolk 
2015   Group Eight at Birdie Fortescue
            Landscape at the Fairhurst Gallery
            Group Eight at The Aldeburgh Literary Festival
            Landscape Here and Now, Wymondham Arts Centre

            

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