Adeliza hails from a tradition of landscape painters, being the great great granddaughter of the Victorian watercolourist J H Mole. She was also influenced by a childhood spent in Japan.
Whether through watercolour, oil painting or mixed media, her natural propensity is
to establish a visionary expressive mode – often making for intriguing results.
This exhibition maps the ‘British Landscape’ – its very essence, resonance and future.
Themes weave themselves together, appealing both to the soul and a sense of
history: common land, woodland, bridleway, byeway …exploring different routes through
This exploration involves pattern, composition, delicacy, mark, touch, boldness. It seeks
out further dimensions, and, through its agonising search for ‘The Ideal Landscape,’ has
employed some quirky explorative techniques along the way