Mottisfont Open exhibition Mottisfont National Trust Romsey Hampshire. Sofa made from Galavanised wire mesh whipped together with 'Plarn' (plastic yarn) and filled with plastic bottles focusing on our use and disposal of one use plastics.
For Gallery @ OXO London, 'Where is God in our 21st Century? 'Albedo' in latin means whiteness. The mosaic inspired by the rapid loss of ice at Antartica caused be Global Warming and the ice core samples that are taken documenting its loss.
For Hampshire Open Studios with the Lymington Art Gallery 'Tangled' a recycled glass and copper sculpture growing up the side of a building in this historic courtyard; Henderson Court, Lymington SO41 9FQ.
Trudi’s installation 'Plastic Portraits' at Coastal Gallery's Exhibition at ArtSway Contemporary Art Gallery mimicked a domestic interior but focused on our consumption and disposal of one use plastics that lead to plastic marine pollution
Trudi’s artist residency at the Observatory straddled the New Year between 2015 and 2016.
During her residency Trudi created a series of sculptural installations that interacted with the Observatory structures using collected plastic marine debris.
A year long project with the Hampshire and Sussex Wildlife Trusts raising awareness of plastic marine pollution focusing on jellyfish and our use of plastic bottles, reaching audiences in excess of 20,ooo
Jellytastic toured the South coast and concluded with an exhibition at ONCA (One Network for Conservation and the Arts) in Brighton.
Amplifying the Test
A project created by Trudi for Transition Town Romsey and RumsEg Gallery including art workshops culminating in a series of eel traps made from willow and re cycled plastic suspended over the River Test for the Romsey Festival high lighting issues of flooding and global warming.
Trudi with ArtSway fellow studio artists' Jackie Giron and Tony Lock's joint exhibition at ArtSway for Hampshire Open Studios. The
SnowMelt Chandelier was created in response to rising sea levels and our consumption of one use plastics using re cycled plastic bottles and plastic tubing.
The Milling's Chandelier was created out of waste plastic, glass and copper from the hotel and restaurant, Gordleton Mill and suspended over the Avon Water, a short New Forest stream in its grounds.
The Millings chandelier was used to launch the New Forest National Park Authority's River Awareness Scheme in August 2012.
Showing the Way
A project promoting sustainable travel showing the pedestrian route from Lymington Town Railway Station to St Thomas's Church Lymington through a series of bronze and clay pavers into the pavement.
The project involved local communities.
A project through Bournemouth Borough Council and Overton Development Ltd to create a mosaic mural on the west facing elevation of a new retail development. Trudi as selected artist worked with Year 7 pupils at Porchester School and service users from St Paul's hostel.