Inspired by the rich history of citizen science in the UK, the current ecological crisis,
her observations of peoples disconnect with the natural world and the negative effect this has on them,
#1000 postcards aims to visually delight and engage the viewer into a deeper connection with the environment in general and with biodiversity specifically.
"When land is managed with the needs of nature as its primary goal, biodiversity literally blossoms"
Using Twitter daily as a platform to present this growing body of work makes it accessible and Adamczewski, who describes herself there as an accidental ecologist has a less virtual selection of the cards on display in her studio. Visits to see the ongoing work can be made via the contact page on this website
Day by day the collection of postcards grows, following the seasonal changes on her farm.
In November 2020 250 of the cards were exhibited at Oriel Y Parc, the beautiful gallery in St Davids owned by the National Parks Wales.
#1000postcards is an ongoing project with the collection now having reached between 600-700 hand painted
copyright Liza Adamczewski