Nymans Language by John Newling

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Nymans Language by John Newling

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An alphabet of plants created by internationally renowned artist John Newling. Limited Edition 270

The book contains 28 photographs of pressed leaves which the artist transformed into characters of the alphabet. The leaves were collected from rare plants at Nymans, a unique and historic National Trust Garden.

Ideal for both art. plant and ecology enthusiasts. Suitable for children and teenagers. 

88 inside pages, a beautiful cloth-bound hardback, book with a white foiled cover and spine. 

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About the artists and author: John Newling

John Newling was born in Birmingham in 1952 and has an acclaimed international reputation creating projects and installing works in the UK and many other countries.

He is a pioneer of public art with a social purpose. His works explore the natural world and the social and economic systems of society. 

He belongs to a generation of artists whose work evolved from Conceptual Art, Land Art and Arte Povera – art movements occurring during the 1960s that placed emphasis on the concept, process and site of the work, alongside material and aesthetic properties.

First edition, published by JBN publishing