25th May – 2nd June 2024 Creative Kernow

Sophie Anderson

Information

Sophie paints the stunning Penwith landscape in oil, pastel and acrylic on canvas and paper, and creates unique enamelled jewellery and silk scarves.

My pastel, oil and mixed media paintings and prints pursue those elusive moments in time as clouds, sun and shadows race across Penwith’s spectacular moorland and sea. I want to capture its unique magic with strong colourful images, ranging in price from £40 to £1000+, and in size from 1ft x 1ft to 3ft x 4ft – I really enjoy working on the larger scale! The direct bold strokes of pastel on paper give colour and energy. Oil paints bring their own special depth and power.

My enamelled jewellery reflects the colours and shapes of things observed in the landscape – feathers, leaves, shells, birds in flight etc.

The view over farmland and cliffs to the ocean from my studio windows never fails to inspire me, although it can also be a serious distraction from my work when the sun slides towards the horizon on a lovely evening, nature creating its own spectacular masterpiece! Even misty mornings are alluring.

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Opening Times
11am - 5pm, Sundays: 12:30pm - 4pm

Opening Days
Sat 25th May
Sun 26th May
Mon 27th May
Tue 28th May
Wed 29th May
Thu 30th May
Fri 31st May
Sat 1st Jun
Sun 2nd Jun


Directions
Botallack (spectacular Crowns engine houses) is a mile north of St Just on the B3306 coast road to St Ives. Park by the Green at the 2nd village entrance. Cresswell Tce is 30 yds up the B3306 on left. Access between No's 5 & 6, turn right for No.9
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Accessibility
The venue has on site parking
The venue has toilet facilities
The venue is family friendly


Accessibility Information
There are 4 steps down to the door (with a handrail). Work is displayed on both ground and first floors.