Monday, 10 June 2013

Constantine Bay provided inspiration for Bea's latest work

Constantine Bay in Cornwall provided inspiration for some of Bea Menier's latest work, just round the corner from Padstow, it's a glorious place:

Bea says 'For this years Open Studios, I have chosen a theme, The Sea, and created a hundered expressions of how I perceive the sea in its many guises, often using flotsam and jetsam, sand and shells.
The two pictures shown below are collages of paper found in Constantine Bay, Cornwall and sand. The shells were painted using white gesso.'

 Above: 'Sand and shell' One subject, the sea...a hundred expressions Media: sand, gesso and collage
Below: 'Sea, sand and shell'
For more on Constantine Bay:

No comments:

Post a Comment