Cornwall Wildlife Trust Penwith Landscape Partnership
Penwith Landscape Partnership has thirteen projects aimed to encourage people to interact with the Penwith landscape through creativity. So far the project has seen numerous artistic workshops for children and adults, several art competitions, and two exhibitions – one showcasing photographs of Sancreed Beacon by local children to highlight what they think is important about the landscape, and one of works by local artists after attending a guided walk through Penwith.
Amanda Richardson’s Penwith Hedge in Autumn (pictured) is from a commission alongside artist Sara Bevan to study a year in a Cornish Hedge. You can read their blog post here.
The other three images are from art related events – the first is from a guided walk for artists through Penwith to Carn Euny, the second is of an exhibition of Mousehole School pupil’s photographs held at the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall to tie in with the G7, and the third is of a family art workshop creating prints inspired by the Penwith landscape.