My studio is on top off the hill in Millbrook, overlooking our village and lake. I will be showing sculptures in the studio and garden. I work mainly with old lignum vitae bowling balls, gatherings from hedgerows, scavenging from skips and pick ups from the local beaches.
The dynamic geological movement that is locked within the rocks of West Cornwall, as well as the wild coastline, severe weather, and mining heritage, all influence my work. Carving directly on ‘characterful’ boulders, through a process of reciprocity, each cut or strike of the chisel is carefully considered. Capitalising on the emotional bond that develops […]
Chris Easton’s Flotsam Art is all made from repurposed flotsam plastic and wood that he has collected while beach combing on his local beach on Cornwall’s North Coast. As well as enjoying the creativity he hopes that it will draw attention to the problem of plastic in our oceans. Alongside Flotsam Art will be a […]