These artists represent ideas about art and environment in a very broad range of ways. They are all ethical in their practice and while concern for the environment is integral to their work, they do not necessarily define themselves overtly as ‘eco’. But in all cases, we as the public can talk about art and environment all the better for seeing their work. All these artists are deeply research-oriented, and passionately aware of the use of resources, Often their work addresses climate change. We can learn much from their commitment. Some but not all of them have shown at the gallery, but they are all people we talk about as associates. Many other artists not listed here, are featured under their specific exhibitions and events. We also feature artists under GroundJewels who are no less environmental in their concerns. Please contact the gallery for any further information, or if you want to apply to share current work or a project :