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Got up super early this morning to see the sunrise on Bodmin Moor, I arrived when it was still dark and spent some time exploring the old mine shafts before the sun finally burst through.


With three more days to go to the start of my solo exhibition, I have been mass preparing all my work and creating these three new landscapes pieces of art.

The first is of Calstock Viaduct which I pass under when canoeing on the River Tamar from Cotehele to Calstock. Such a peaceful experience early in the morning.

The second of  St Michael's Mount which I remember rowing to as a child and recently went back. I decided to captured this fond memory in my art.

The last Stone Circle on the Bodmin Moor which are so wild and beautiful, yet full of so much history.


Inspired by my walk from Lundy Bay to the Rump at Polzeath, I created this new landscape piece, capturing the coastal path and the rump beyond.


To create a more rounded solo exhibition for the Ebenezer Gallery, I decided I was in need of some landscapes, so start with the old engine house on the cliff at St Agnes in Cornwall.


Spent today walking some of Cornwall's beautiful coastal paths from Lundy Bay to the Rump at Polzeath. It is a stunning walk with views for miles across the coastline, with paths going to beaches and caves, if you don't mind steep climbs!!!


Over the year I have spent many hours wondering different parts of Cornwall, collecting inspiration for my artwork. From Cadsonbury Wood to the stunning view at the top of it's Fort, the tors and valleys of Bodmin moor, to the depths of the gorges. There are some beautiful walks on offer, if you can find the energy to walk up the tors, keeping an eye out for the bogs!!!

When I find a stunning view or an inspirational piece, I pause, sketch and design, before leaving I take a quick photo and jot down notes on colour. Over the last week I have being making small landscape works and have so far completed four. I started by looking at my sketches, notes and photos using these to design the final piece. I fabric paint  each design, taking into consideration the machine embroidering that would be worked on top, it is so important not to add to much detail at this point, so that the piece does not become too fussy. After painting I let the dyes dry naturally and then carefully machine...

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