The Art of Trees

Let your imagination take root with four new exhibitions exploring trees and woodland. From detailed drawings to gilded glass, you’re sure to be inspired.

Effie Burns: Earthly Treasures

Working in cast glass, Effie Burns collects and preserves branches, buds and other natural ephemera. These tactile, jewel-like objects demand to be held, coveted and collected.

Mark Frith: Ancient Oaks

See 10 astonishingly detailed pencil drawings of Britain’s ancient oaks. These tree portraits are not only beautiful, but serve as a record of Britain’s enduring oaks.

Paul Hart: Truncated

Paul Hart’s photographs explore our relationship with the landscape. Created using black and white analogue processes, Truncated depicts an ageing pine forest plantation in nearby Derbyshire.

Anthony Whishaw: Treescapes

Anthony Whishaw’s work deals with explorations of memory and experience. In this exhibition, visitors will see eight of his interpretations of woodland.