Greg Ramsden’s landscape paintings combine the monumentality of the natural world with a nostalgia you might associate with faded postcards and distant memories. By working with subtle tonal shifts alone and a near-complete absence of colour, Greg achieves scintillating light effects as well as varied and rich brush marks.

In this interview Greg reveals his dedication to sensitivity to tonal value, how incorporating silver leaf has affected his work, and how he is using social media to develop his practice during Covid-19 lockdown.

Read the full interview here