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7 April 2020
In the 2016 Walt Disney film The Jungle Book, the main character (Mowgli) gets caught in a large landslide triggered by heavy rainfall.
1 April 2016
This 25th edition of the Landslides in Art series features Morning at Bluff Cove by the Californian landscape artist Richard Humphrey
6 January 2016
In the latest installment in the Landslides in Art Series, I examine the engravings of the Bindon landslide by Mary Buckland
17 July 2015
Part 23 of the Landslides in Art series looks at a piece entitled Rockfall at Burton Bradstock by Dorset based artists Marzia Colonna
5 November 2013
Geoff Townson is an artist who is also a trained geologist based in Dorset, England, so it is unsurprising that much of his work features landslides
27 May 2013
The latest edition of the Landslides in Art series, featuring the work of Peruvian-born artist Elena Damiani
20 September 2010
Regular readers will know that I occasionally highlight a piece of art featuring landslides. This is usually a piece of visual art (such as this and this), but occasionally it is a song or even an installation. This time I thought I’d feature a piece of art by the American artist Jennifer Williams, who paints environmentally-orientated pieces using acrylic on birch panels. Jennifer works mostly in the Pacific Northwest, where …