Interview about my creative practice published by Insights of an Eco Artist.

My latest collaborative piece of Eco Art made with local artist Steve Brown at The Whitaker in Rossendale on The Day of Action to Remember Nature held on 4th November. Over sixty visitors contributed to making by printing nature on to the canvass in a rainbow spectrum. When hanging it, we had the rain but not the sun... 🌈

In the realm of Eco Art, Phil Barton stands as a dedicated practitioner, weaving a profound commitment to the natural and built environment into his creative endeavors. With a lifelong dedication to fostering collaboration across diverse communities and organizations, Phil Barton employs a hands-on approach to environmental issues, urging practical actions to address the pressing challenges faced by our planet.
This interview delves into Barton’s unique approach, examining the intersection of art, science, and activism, and the pivotal role it plays in raising awareness and inspiring positive change.

Joana Alarcão 11th November 2023

You can read the full interview here.

More about my creative collaborator on the project here and about The Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery here.

Other news & events

PRACTICE is open!

Our group exhibition is now open until 24th November at PR1 Gallery, Victorial Building, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 7HD. I will be present

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