Freshwater Influence

Home. Evening Walk along the River Dee to the corner of the Peninsula. Views across Liverpool Bay. Silhouette of Hilbre Islands with the Point of Ayr and Snowdonia Range in the light of the setting sun. In oceanography terms this estuary is a Region of Freshwater Influence……..water, fresh, salt, heat, tide and shelf….

A Veritable Colony of Artists

Delighted to have taken part in this record breaking event. #ArtforGood, 1000 artists painting on the coastline Lands End to Sennen, United Kingdom. Organised by artist Anthony Garratt, Newlyn School of Art and the National Trust. Raising profile of coastal erosion and funds for granite path on the edge of Cornwall. Great feeling to be part of a visible #masspainting creative thing!

Highs and Lows

Home on The Peninsula. Big moody Skies over Hilbre Island, middle eye and little eye. High tides on the River Dee marshes 4 Short eared Owls and 2 Marsh Harriers hunting. Screeches amongst the calls of curlews geese and shanks.

Devon Open Studios 2018

Delighted to be receiving “An emerging Artist Bursary ” and “The Joanna Radford Award” from Devon Artist Network.  Thank you DAN and nice photo by Natacha Du Pont De Bie.

Dates for the Diary. Saturday 8th September until Sunday 23rd September.

More details to follow…… and work to be done.

 

Celestial

A walk in from Capel Curig for Pen Llithrig y Wrach (Hill of the Slippery Witch) and from  Llyn Ogwen up Pen yr Ole Wen. Wind and ice towards tops. Lunch at lake Ffynnon Lloer (Spring of the Moon). The Sky……the cold on your cheeks, the crunch of the snow, the changing colours, the space…….heavenly.

Sacred Water

Cornwall. Autumn Equinox Walking.  From the source at Sacred Springs to the edge of our land. Taking breath.  A time to collect ideas and inspiration in this time of change.   Colour. Pattern. Lots of water, fresh and salty……