‘Tamsin Relly’s body of work examines landscape through a political context, depicting changes to the natural world through her fluid and lyrical oil paintings. Drawing reference material from both found media imagery and first hand observations, Relly works with the fluid and unpredictable qualities of painting and printmaking to present impressions of urban and natural environments in states of uncertainty or impermanence.’
‘Coates & Scarry is proud to present Vista, a group exhibition that brings together five contemporary artists exploring the notion of landscape and perspective. Beginning January 18th, Tamsin Relly, Nick Bright, Marcus Jeffries, Bronwen Sleigh, and Simone Fontana Reis will reimagine the concept of vantage points and vistas using a variety of mediums.’
Miranda Vane reviews Pop-up exhibition at 87a Lower Marsh, a show curated by Samia Calbayrac with work by Clarisse d’Arcimoles, Alexander Massouras, Camilla Emson, Tom Howse, Gabriella Boyd and Tamsin Relly.
‘Tamsin Relly’s apocalyptic work contemplates the future of our planet and the precarious relationship between mankind and nature. Drawing upon the artificially constructed habitats created in zoos around the world, Relly paints brittle landscapes in thin veils of grey and acid yellows that suggest the frailty of our natural world..’