In Australia, I was fascinated by the Aboriginal ‘songlines’ and on arrival in the UK travelled extensively to walk ‘stone circles’. I am interested in coastal landscapes and sacred, ancient pathways. During the London years, I practiced Buddhism, taught meditation and went on retreats. My main art practice has evolved to merge all of these passions. Walking meditations along the East Anglia coastline provides a playground to inspire colourful interpretations of coastal erosion. I use a bright colour oil palette to create texture and drama. After sketching my initial impressions of the terrain, I progress to larger scale canvases.
Gallery (click to view)
Corrin Tulk was born in Perth, Australia and grew up near Scarborough Beach. She worked as an Interior designer in Sydney and London before embarking on a degree in Illustration. She went on to study a Masters in Fine and applied arts practice to explore installation and moving image. She filmed caretakers of the land; an Aboriginal Elder, a Buddhist nun and Morecambe Bay Queens Guide Cedric Robinson MBE. In 2010, drawn back to the sea, she moved to East Anglia to focus on creating larger works of art and resides in the Norfolk Broads.
Coastal Beauty, Fairhaven Gardens, Norfolk
Wells Maltings, Norfolk
Ginger Llama Gallery, East Sussex
Kings Head, Brockdish
Halesworth Gallery, Suffolk
‘Paint’, Black Barn, Cockley Cley, Norfolk
Anteros ‘Cobalt trio’ Norwich, Norfolk
Cley 2016 ‘Norfolk Now’
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