Had a wonderful day in my “spiritual home” of St Ives today with my husband Tony.
The sun was shining so was able to take in the full beauty of this lovely Cornish town.
I also managed to get plenty of inspiration for some some more pieces.
We are still getting the holiday cottage ready for rentals. We are expect to be up and running by the 1st April 2017. Keep you eyes peeled on here and our Facebook profiles for the BIG reveal in the early part of March when will be in a position to start taking bookings for this summer.
We are still in the planning process for doing Art Holidays.
We are having extra a rooms kitted out to cater for guests for this and are aiming to do at least two this year. These rooms will also be available for holiday rentals outside the Art Holiday weeks.
Jeremy has now got his Art Studio all set up under the house here in Cornwall.
He is participating in the Cornwall Open House Event from the 27th May- 4th June. So if you are in the area please feel free to pop in and and view some of his new Cornish work.
Whilst my paintings take the form of traditional oil on board, the process used to create them is very modern. I use different sized sections of credit cards to paint with, giving me many options as to how to portray whatever it is I am painting.
I wanted to give an insight into the way in which the paintings progress from the beginning through to completion. Below are photographs capturing the evolution of one of my recent paintings ‘Catch of the Day’
If you have found this process intriguing and would like to find out more, or even book me to come and do a demonstration, I’d be delighted to hear from you, either in the comments or via the contact page.