Angie Hunt, 7 – 14 September 2019

My seven days were shaped by the tide.  
Low tide: beach combing on Portheras and Sennen for materials and sparks of ideas.  I was lucky to find driftwood, rope and fishing net fragments that became abstract installations and lighthouses (inspired by the ever-present Longships at Lands End).
High tide: swim!  There’s nothing like wild swimming for heightening the senses.
Every other waking moment: draw, write, think, paint, experiment, play with materials.
I always have several projects on the go, and while at Brisons Veor the found object assemblages counterbalanced my ongoing painting series of Small Houses By The Sea, a theme from deep within, as I crave the peace and simplicity that normal life in the middle of a landlocked county tries to prevent.