There is something irresistible about magenta foxgloves and shallow, turquoise sea. These are the last of my foxgloves from last year, now growing above Porthcurno.
My new collage 'Meadow with Butterflies' all of which have flown into my garden this year. I hope Spring remains kind and warm for them. More information http://amandarichardsonartist.com/content/meadow-butterflies
I have revisited a collage of a damselfly beside a waterfall, adding a richness of wildflowers including the primroses created this week. I had liked the original restraint but this is more in tune with the wild abundance of a Cornish Spring. More details http://amandarichardsonartist.com/content/waterfall-primrose-and-damselfly
The primroses are opening their flowers to welcome this very early Spring. I have some in a pot I have brought into the studio to work from.
'Flowering Meadow with Columbine and Bluebells'. There may be no better moment to immerse my art in flowering meadows than during the dark and cold of January. More details http://amandarichardsonartist.com/content/flowering-meadow-columbine-and...
This farm lane in Narlai had a long stretch of shallow water with women and cows splashing through.
Back again after Christmas. Here is the sacred cow in textile collage with the figures that will keep her company.
The dye-wok for the first woman in the new collage. The paper will be cut into many pieces and each ironed separately onto varying fabrics.