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Wednesday 30th October / posted by Under Storey
Lynne Tinley and Angela Rossen, both local artists and much more, are well known for their artistic works, engaging with the art of living things, and with our world at this time of massive change.
Lynne Tinley’s artistic work spans more than 50 years of creating and teaching, inspiring and learning in some pretty remote and wild nature places, alongside her remarkable ecologist husband Ken Tinley. She has had a lifetime of observing, firstly in her native southern Africa, and her recent decades here in Australia. Lynne's love of the living world grows and expresses itself through her vivid art, and through a warning in her dreams, and continues in her hopes for reconciled relationships with the natural world.
Angela Rossen works from and with nature, her passion for the natural world spills into her artworks and consultative processes as a biodiversity educator. That work brings communities, some far-flung from the city environs, to lived understanding of whole systems ecology.
Globally there are more artists responding to the wonders of the environment, the disasters that face us, and the ecological approach that is essential for our survival. (Photo: E PO')
All live musical performances are included in our podcasts with the express permission of artists, who reserve all other rights in their music. All music used in our podcasts is licensed under an APRA Community Broadcasting license agreement.
In ecology, the understorey grows where light shines through the forest canopy.
Our award-winning Understorey journalists highlight local and globally-connected environmental issues that the other media commonly pass over.
RTRFM’s long-running dedicated environment program makers Adrian Glamorgan and Elizabeth PO’ bring together stories from near and sometimes afar, whether it be conservationists rehabilitating habitat, citizen scientists gathering data, campaigners at the frontline, or decision-makers at their desks, seeking solutions together to the challenges affecting our shared air, water, land and life processes.