Pip Woolf is a visual artist with a background in environmental interpretation. Her work is embedded in her landscape and community and explores our place on the planet focusing on a combination of practical, physical, emotional, political and philosophical questions. Drawing underpins all aspects of her work. She puts herself alongside others in order to find points of connection; artists, students, farmers, politicians, taking cues from their world as to how its materiality could inform her marks. In seeking an aesthetic, she uses colour, physical material and elemental forces within conceptual frameworks. She is a member of Swansea Print Workshop and the Welsh Group and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad. Artist’s website: www.pipwoolf.com