25th May – 2nd June 2024 Creative Kernow

Kim Potter Art

Information

In my studio, you will find me creating sea or landscapes on canvas, driftwood and a variety of found marine artefacts, rudders, oars, surfboards etc

My art is inspired by the ethereal influences of the coastal landscape and the constant brooding presence of the Atlantic Ocean.

Throughout my life I have been drawn to nature, to the sea and more specifically to the beautiful coastline of Cornwall, as a young girl, when asked what I wanted to be when I grew up my answer was invariably ‘a mermaid’!

Although originally an apprentice ‘paintress’ at Royal Doulton painting figurines, I’ve holidayed in Cornwall all of my life and when in 2014 my husband and I took early retirement and moved from Staffordshire to Carbis Bay it was my chance to fully explore my creativity.

I paint mainly in Oils and Acrylics and although some of my work is on more traditional materials such as box canvas and boards, I love painting on more unusual items like marine artefacts such as paddles and oars sourced from local barns and sheds, locally foraged driftwood and old unloved brown furniture. Examples of these pieces will be on display and I look forward to chatting with visitors whilst I create new works.



Opening Times
11am - 4pm

Opening Days
Sat 25th May
Mon 27th May
Tue 28th May
Wed 29th May
Thu 30th May
Fri 31st May
Sat 1st Jun


Directions
My studio is upstairs at the back of the Old Foundry Chapel. There is limited street parking, but the Councils' Foundry Car Park is right opposite and has 57 spaces including disabled spaces and fast EV charging facilities.
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Accessibility
The venue is family friendly
The venue is open all year round by appointment


Accessibility Information
Unfortunately my studio is on the first floor and there is no lift.