A selection of collages made of airbrush drawings, photographed screen print/sculpture and digital art, with quotes from people talking about eating the poisonous red berries of the yew tree.
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3M reflective screen print on fabric. Barefoot on the pine needles, under the cover of darkness.
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3M reflective screen print on fabric, hung on a yew tree
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Night and Day
3M reflective print, on digital print. A work in progress, had to vacate the studios before I developed this piece, but I wanted to test hang it in the woods regardless.
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Day and Night
3M reflective screen print on fabric. Another piece in development, I want to return to this idea but make the screen print interact more with the digital designs beneath it. Hung between 2 yew trees.
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Gif made with screenprint and digital collage.
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Jimson Weed is a scarecrow born and raised in the fields of Scotland. They are interested in exploring the mysterious, psychoactive and contemporary realms of nature, that which is healing yet poisonous, or alluring yet repulsive. J.W creates art using many different materials, in the hope of concocting a solution that will awaken the senses and bring the viewer and artist closer to nature. Being heavily enthralled by the psychological effects of nature on the mind, the myths and ideas it has birthed, nature as an entity of its own and as an entity that exists within us, J.W’s purpose is to help reconnect people of the digital age with the living world around them. The artworks featured here are about 2 plants in particular, foxgloves and yew trees. Jimson is a mixed media artist, creating images with screen printing, textiles, painting, photography and more.