20 October – 15th November 2020
Harbour House Gallery – Kingsbridge Devon
10 – 5pm everyday
Meet the artist. Free entry
A new collection of expressive new originals and limited editions inspired by family home on Burgh Island and the Southwest landscape she loves to walk, many of which were painted during lockdown as an artist recluse on Burgh Island.
Catalogue of art works available through this website and English Riviera studio appointments also available.
Gallery 5, Island Street – Salcombe
Mason Laurence Gallery – Dartington
The Brownston Gallery – Modbury
Hope Cove Gallery – Hope Cove
Avon Mill – Loddiswell
Words and Pictures Gallery – Teignmouth
SOLO SHOWS 2020
Harbour House Gallery – Kingsbridge
ISLAND ARTIST ANNUAL SOLO SHOW October 20th – 15th November 2020
Avon Mill Gallery
Artist in residence Burgh Island Hotel
23rd August – 1st September 2020
Flavel Centre – Dartmouth
6th April – 3rd May 2021
Emma 07786 810277 for studio visits and art sales.
GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE
for artwork, workshops and tuition
‘Big stormy seas, wild winds and the raw coastline of the South West inspire me. My happiest moments are spent on a South Hams beach or cliff path at any time of the year, alone or with company, young or old.
I guess I’m not the only one.
Burgh Island is a very special place, somewhere I can come home to with my family.
Since a young child I’ve carved out an imagination fed by tides and elements, sea journeys and sea fables told from the seats of ancient mariners in the Pilchard Inn. Anyone that has been there will understand the attraction to this unique island 200 meters from the English mainland, sometimes it feels like a different country.
It is why I am an Island Artist.
I like the hidden empty beaches where I can swim on hot hazy summer English days and big wide winter skies that offer up a myriad of colours. I like tides coming in and watching tides going out.
I paint what I love…
I try to translate that free spirited essence that I think we all crave from time to time.
I like to express emotion in my practice, to let loose with a brush, rag or hands on a canvas, to give relief from all that ties us down to an otherwise ordinary life.
I paint natural wild places that I myself return to time and time again, and as I paint from my mind in my studio, I have at least a thousand paintings waiting to be painted. I hope I am lucky enough to grow old enough to fulfill that ambition and have the courage to always challenge myself as an artist…’