Miriam Sheppard, 22 – 29 February 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith April 14th, 2020

“When I first applied for a residency, my intention was to build source materials for future exhibitions. However, in the intervening time I had a touch of the dreaded creative continue…

Annie Musgrove, 11 – 25 January 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith April 14th, 2020

Collaborating with Ann Chester-King. “We both learnt a huge amount from working alongside each other and through our collaborative work. We made two large collaborative artworks and plan to make continue…

Rupert Whale and Jill Dawson, 28 December – 11 January 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith April 14th, 2020

Rupert: “I set out to capture the sense of place – the cottage, the light, the sound of the sea, wind and birds, colours and forms of the surroundings in continue…

Rita Brown and Catherine Brewer, 28 September – 12 October, 2019

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith December 30th, 2019

Rita Brown – In spite of the terrible weather we managed to get out and draw between showers and come back to the studio and work on our experiences. As continue…

Sylvia Wadsley, 21 – 28th September, 2019

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith December 30th, 2019

The residency gave me the opportunity to observe the sea at close quarters over a prolonged period of time. Colours, movement and mood changed constantly and I found it very continue…

Rachel Brown, 25 May – 1st June 2019

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith December 30th, 2019

Having been very unwell for the last 2 years (much of which bed/house bound) this was a huge undertaking and such a joy to be able to achieve. Without putting continue…

Angie Hunt, 7 – 14 September 2019

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith November 14th, 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 continue…

Belinda Casey, 24 August – 7 September

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith November 14th, 2019

The objective of my project was to investigate the Tasmanian-Cornish connection by exploring my own trace through the representation of my clothing upon the Cape Cornwall landscape. As it was continue…

Catherine Headley, 10 – 24 August, 2019

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith October 14th, 2019

My intention was to inject my work with new vigour which I did. Finding ancient sites, which is usually the source of my inspiration, proved difficult this time. Having visited continue…

Melanie Rose & Gill Saul, 3 – 10 August 2019

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith October 14th, 2019

We both made an independent body of work as well as collaborative pieces in response to the landscape, but more importantly there was an exchange of skills.We shared different techniques continue…