Tina Finch Lancashire, United Kingdom
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I was born in Wigan, Lancashire, this unique northern, industrial urban place has had a profound influence on how I see aspects of life. I am interested in the juxta positioning of beauty, landscape and water especially canals and the sea. Intertwined amongst the beauty of landscape are the all-pervasive scourges of dereliction, pollution and deprivation.

The underlying theme of my work are the environmental issues of pollution which in its many forms threatens our heritage. In my work I use mixed media, collage, photography, printing and painting. I try to use recycled materials, old art materials, discarded plastic and paper as resources. Our Legacy to the next generation is to bequeath a pollution free world and reduce our environmental impact before it is too late…. I am Interested in impressionist style of working as impressionism underpins the style of the ‘Northern Art School’ as practiced by artists such as Valette, Geoffrey Key and Lowry.


Beach , Liquid Acrylic, 2018

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Projects and exhibitions


Wigan Open Exhibition

16/11/2018 — 15/12/2018

Plastic Pollution Collages

Old Law Courts, Wigan Details

Art Collective Show

07/06/2018 — 21/06/2018

Various themes around Legacy and Plastic Pollution

University of Bolton, Bolton Details

3 + Sum Art Exhibition

12/05/2017 — 18/05/2017

Impressionist Northern Art Scenes.

The Coffee Grind, Bolton Details

Youthink Exhibition

12/05/2016 — 18/05/2016

Installation piece on Cotton Worker Slavery.

2016, Bolton Details
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