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A journal

28 February 2018

Sea Meadows

#tagscape / NON-indigenous plantations, LIVED forests > #coralcommunities / SEA meadows, MANGROVE forests > SAND dunes > Ecogeographer has moved from non-indigenous plantations to endangered sea meadows in the space of […]

27 February 2015

Ice soil – an unexpected Gyre

Alexis Rockman rocks. My dad would have treasured his round painting. Mark Dion, how you would like his curiosities, Would your mum have? Your cabinet spoke. Pam Longobardi, swimmer of […]

9 October 2014

Summer. Autumn. Embodiment.

Yesterday Dominica Williamson of Ecogeographer photographed Autumn. Today she is reflecting on Summer. It’s been bitter sweet. Aug 1st was held without her dad. He died hours before Valentine’s Day […]

17 September 2014

The Giant’s Quoit

A snippet of work Ecogeographer has been designing many things for the Giant’s Quoit project such as the website, leaflets, posters and educational workshops and resources. It’s an exemplar community […]

17 September 2014

Gyre: The Plastic Ocean

‘Sker Bay’; mixed media by Dominica Williamson of Ecogeographer. In Gyre: The Plastic Ocean Booth Clibborn Editions, London Book and exhibition catalogue, 2014 Illustrations for text/essay titled ‘Embedded’ By Dominica […]

30 July 2013

Mole Day

A Mole found in Treslothan Woods, Troon, Cornwall, whilst on an archaeological walk. It’s death has made me reflect on the year. It’s been a progressive, creative one, but also […]

15 January 2013

A Patch of Portugal

Thinking back The trip of 2012. It was a flight. There was some surf. I photographed instead of sketching.

9 February 2012

Colchicum Autumnale

This time last year I was working on the below illustration for a cancer theme and in memory of my granny Whisker. Colchicum autumnale finished section by Dominica Williamson This […]

20 October 2011

Publications about theirwork

There’s been new interest in the project theirwork recently as well as my general practice. Here’s a couple of publications about theirwork and a blog post written by Emmet – […]

20 October 2011

Catmint’s glandular hairs

A peltate glandular trichome A forest of glandular and non-glandular hairs (trichomes) cover the catmint leaves that I am painting. I am painting the glandular hairs in detail for the […]

9 March 2011

White, Goose, Storm (observing)

Pete Postlethwaite is sending an arrow through my heart. Romeo and Juliet, The Age of Stupid and Brassed off, in that order, keep running round my head. Not the New […]