Lanscape art with a abstract twist

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Lanscape art with a abstract twist

She's been selected as one of Sky's Landscape artists of the year - and will this week open her second solo exhibition in the capital.

Londoner Lucy Smallbone takes anything but a traditional approach to painting - with her latest collection of work inspired by a trip to Chernobyl, and abstract patterns forming landscape's from her own imagination.'

'Edgelands' is on at the Fiumano Clase gallery until the 15th of December.

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