Shoreline- protect & conserve. The beach is not a bin

Semi abstract detail.

Plastic Shoreline from 'The Cribbar Wave Series' 'Kribow' translated in Cornish means Reef or Widowmaker. A renowned wave in Newquay that Surfers travel to from afar.

1 cotton bud, 6 pieces of ghost rope, 1 plastic blue milk pull.

Currently at the studio.



Meet The West Coast Community

Visit Newquay Blue Reef Aquarium, Cornwall UK, for my latest work on 'Comet' the Orca, 1 from a pod of 9 found in the UK's West Coast Community. Sadly unable to breed due to micro plastics passing from mother to calf when feeding.

Idyllic coast?

Idea's for my painting's come naturally as I love to walk on the beaches and cliffs, especially on an a sunny Spring/Summer morning, I adore the smell of the gorse, hearing the crickets in the dune grass, watching butterflies idle gently while bee's flit over the shrubs, Always my breath is taken, when my eye is cast over the splendour of the jewel like sea.


Boats, St Ives Cornwall. £350-Sold 

Man-made Pollution versus Natural Beauty
Sadly painting perfect Landscapes of the Cornish Coast has been tainted by increasing amounts of litter, " It is very difficult to paint perfect scenes, that in reality do not exist, poop bags hanging from trees and fences will not break down, like the balloon or glitters, often these biodegradable plastics are mixed with plastic!"

Detail from Kribow Series, Plastic Shoreline. £750.00 1x4ft.

Save Our Sands
Coastal erosion and over dredging damage the dunes.

Inspiration     June 2010

"A few years ago I donated a painting to a local community group called Save our Sands at Hayle Towan Beach, as a fitting tribute to some special ladies lost in our family.

I wanted to help, as my mother in law was an environmental scientist".






"Losing family has influenced the journey of my work, its simply not enough to recycle & up-cycle, if I can raise awareness of current man made pollution  issues within my work, I feel that my work has purpose & value". 


                            Balloon Release- During my experience of using local bereavement services

I was asked to let go of a balloon as part of a group, a way of letting go of the days emotions, I refused and told them that my mother in law would be unhappy as biodegradable balloons take 20 years or more to break down and kill many birds and other wildlife with the plastic ribbons etc, I followed up with alternatives and I believe they stopped sometime time after.


Grief is indeed a delicate subject and I understand loss only to well, but I do not believe that it is ok to exchange a human life for innocent and unsuspecting wildlife.


Its not just the beaches!

'Natural beauty' found at woodlands, forests, amazons, oceans are being devastated to build our homes, for fuel, for food & ultimately for money.
Can ancient trees be replaced?
I challenge you!
Can you go to the supermarket, check the ingredients on your bread and purchase something that does not contain palm oil?

Orangutans and there habitat are being devastated for the palm oil used in most of the food we eat and most of us do not realise.
( Want to read more?)

If honey is cheap, it could 'bee' that the beekeepers kill there bees over winter to save costs, check what you buy, do ask questions, there is always a price, maybe just not for you.
The war on plastic has begun in the UK at last, but its not nearly enough.

Is it possible to restore the balance of nature?
The wonderful voiceless mammals, animals & wildlife near extinction need your help, join me and sign the petitions needed to 

#makeadifference #bethechange #slowdown #consumerismhabit
#circleofeconomy #closedloop #longevity
Unhinged - Coastal Erosion
Save our sand Dunes at Hayle, Cornwall
Save our Sands original canvas

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