IAN WESTACOTT’s etchings open our eyes to a more connected, magical world. Something as every day as a tree, when viewed through Westacott’s looking glass is a witness to history, a conduit between earth and sky and a place of stories and ghosts. Each ‘individual’ is meticulously researched and its story told through the 15th century copper-etching technique that so engrossed Durer, Goya and Rembrandt. 

 

Westacott was born and studied art in Australia and has exhibited widely both there and in the UK.