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Arcadia at SMITH, Cape Town

Thanks to SMITH Studio, Cape Town for a wonderful opening night and exhibition. It was such a joy and privilege to show in my home town again alongside a number of other South African artists exploring contemporary landscape painting. Read more about the exhibition here.         View more images from the opening night on Facebook… Read more »

Kensington and Chelsea Review Interview

Delighted to be interviewed by Claire Coveney for the Art Futures edition of Kensington and Chelsea Review magazine: Tamsin, last year you took part in an expeditionary residency on a tall ship in the High Arctic where you were able to walk, and work amongst the rapidly changing landscape. What was this experience like, and how… Read more »


I have been invited to take part, as artist-in-residence, on a one week walking experience with the School of Sacred Ecology on the new South African Cape Camino. Participants will engage with the landscape through a variety of exciting workshops on route by guest teachers; from seaweed foraging to exploring the medicinal properties of indigenous plants. If… Read more »

ARTELES RESIDENCY, Haukijärvi, Finland

I have been selected to take part this February in a month-long special theme residency programme by Arteles in Finland called Silence. Awareness. Existence: ‘The Finnish winter being famous for its darkness, S.A.E offers an extreme retreat into existence through art, silence and nature. The program brings together creative minds that are interested and working around the theme on… Read more »

Whispers exhibition at Ronchini Gallery

WHISPERS – a group exhibition at the Ronchini Gallery – is artist Adeline de Monseignat’s first curatorial project, and is based on the concept of the childhood game of ‘Chinese Whispers’. With one original painting as a starting point, it took twelve artists and twelve months to evolve, with all thirteen works being revealed to the public… Read more »

Post Arctic residency, Pocantico Centre, Rockefeller Brothers Fund

I have been invited to join some of my Arctic Circle expedition shipmates for a collaborative follow up residency at The Pocantico Centre in New York. The reunion has been initiated by the artist Daniel Kukla, and made possible with the support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. The Centre prides itself on its commitment to ecological sustainability and the… Read more »

Remembering the North – Arctic Tea and Printmaking at the National Maritime Museum

After my recent residency at The National Maritime Museum I was invited to write a follow-up blog post about the experience. You can read it below or find it on the NMM website here.  The National Maritime Museum are currently changing the RE·THINK space before we start looking at Migration from tomorrow (5 June). Before the new space opens, we… Read more »