Inspired by Wendell Berry’s poem ‘The Peace of Wild Things’, Kim Anderson’s intricately detailed drawings explore the inextricable link between humanity and the natural world. Interweaving themes of vulnerability, resilience, empathy and solace, she hopes to offer a salve to our collective anxiety as we navigate these uncertain times.

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Work from this series will be exhibited at Flinders Lane Gallery ...


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