Carly Whereat-Reed, 25 Feb – 4 March 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

I turned up determined to brave the elements but after 15 minutes of being hailed on and I came inside with my paints and canvas. After sketching the sea from continue…

Claire Lovell, 11-25 February 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

My project was to focus on getting myself out and about, be decisive, painting from life without the usual constraints that hold me back when at home.  This…I did, and continue…

Sue Carfrae & Chris Hunt, 4 – 11 Feb , 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

Our intention was to find the peace and space in which to create new work and reside within a place of ongoing creativity. The cottage gave us all of that continue…

Rachel Sergeant, 21 – 4 February 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

It was a very special time to spend two weeks in such an amazing place. It felt rich with possibilities. The sea, the light, the dark, the constant noise of continue…

Sara Bor, 14 – 21 January 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

It’s an overwhelming environment and it was difficult to know where to start. I was too eager to begin making, knowing I had a limited amount of time there. I continue…

Ruth McDonald & Jill Pantony 7 – 14 January 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

Ruth: I concentrated on completing a full concertina sketchbook recording each day and the weather conditions round Cape Cornwall. I also started 2 graphite & gesso panels and 2 paintings. continue…

Di Roberts & Miriam Troth, 31 Dec – 7 January 2017

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

  “During our residency there was a new moon and clear skies.The  remote  location  enabled us to stargaze without the  interference of extraneous light usually experienced in the town.” “As a result continue…

Jo Atherton, 16-31 December 2016

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

My work highlights the diversity of plastic items washing ashore and how the ubiquity of this material characterises the geological age of human influence – the Anthropocene. During my residency, continue…

Bailey Curtis

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith June 29th, 2017

Weather very cold! The textile work will be exhibited at The ICHF Creative Embroidery show at the NEC in March 2017.

Karen Purple (Annabel Ralph’s co-resident)

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith January 19th, 2017

It took longer than expected to settle into the space, as there was so much to take in. However, it was hugely rewarding working alongside my fellow artists, creating dialogue continue…