Still here, still a survivor. On return from the relatively safe haven of Cornish air I consider ‘what now’
Inspired by the wonder in all that is Cornwall for me, the rugged coast, the open sea as far as the eye can see. Art abounds in galleries large and small, amazing and beautiful, thought provoking , soothing, all at the same time.
I will trawl through the hundreds of images taken over the past few weeks and see where it takes me.
Sharing a few of the highlights of my trip……
working backwards….Love Play at Minack Theatre:
“Director Ben Kernow says, “The play threads a fine line between the tragic and the comic in human relationships. What can be more tragic than an endless cycle of, often unfulfilled, desire continually repackaged in the social conventions of different ages? And at the same time, that’s the perfect recipe for comedy.”
A day in Penzance with a visit to Penlee House : https://www.penleehouse.org.uk/the-history-of-penlee/
Followed by lunch in The Artists Residence.
Tremenheere Sculpture Park and Gallery:
The gallery at Tremenheere – the Newlyn Society of Artists presents ‘Edge of Dark’, an exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations which explore ideas of light and dark, curated by respected artist Jesse Leroy Smith.
Also the Sculpture trail was wonderful as ever:
Visits to Marazion – the Avalon Gallery well worth a visit. Mousehole delightful village by the sea .
The Tate at St Ives. New exhibition just opening.
This is a most beautiful exhibition of the two artists work.
More to explore but here are a few images so far…. can you spot the locations?