Memory of Penwith-
signed limited edition hand-finished silkscreen print with collage.
This piece is from a series of works inspired by Cornwall's western peninsular 'The Living Stones'. Artist Lucy Farley writes about the project. . .
"My work has consistently remained rooted in the observation and documentation of my immediate environment and the need to project 'particular emotional states' upon the surroundings that I am depicting, through the use of specific and symbolic imagery, be it the organic or man- made elements that make up our habitat.
For 'The Living Stones' the Landscape and its geology present fascinating formations of rocks and cliffs, hills and valleys and the mystical and fantastical emanate from this stark landscape,and its 'dramatic mythology'.
This series takes its title from the book by the Surrealist artist, poet and writer Ithell colquhoun, who resided in the Lamorna Valley in the 1940s and wrote about the interplay between mankind and the Cornish Landscape. . . " Read more
Also from 'The Living Stones' series: 'Mines Towards Zennor'