This week was a sad week yet one that highlighted the value of beauty. Not beauty in its cosmetic form, but beauty in terms of meaning and purpose.
Rest in peace Niall, you will be missed by many, your work will remain a beautiful epilogue of a live so very well lived…
21.4.16- Sometimes in life, something touches you unexpectedly. You take a moment out of the whirlwind of life and stop to notice something beautiful that resonates with you deeply.
Niall Jacobson’s work does just that.
Simplicity and its best: Texture, form and organic matter all combine to allude to a sense of place and that place is his beloved Eype and the stunning, ever-evolving Jurassic Coast
The film below shares his story, his home and his artistic process. Beautiful and evocative.
See more of Niall’s work here.
Not sure I can really write about Lyme Regis seafront again. It’s not interesting to most of you am sure, but it makes me very happy indeed does that view. So sorry, here we go. More Lyme. The calm after the storm. Read more
The Paul Smith of the furniture world. A true gent, wise, stylish and a design guru to so many. He also has the most beautiful garden at his home, Farrs, in Beaminster Read more
The Artwave West Gallery on the A35 is primely located for a quick stop off for the culturally in need. There is a small cafe and always something interesting exhibiting. Read more
Dorset Art fair this weekend offers a one stop cultural fest. Artists from all over Dorset have come together in Kingston Maurward House. Contemporary Art, Design, Media and Making including installation, sculpture, photography, furniture, film from well known and established makers as well as student and graduate work. Read more
I love James, he is the forest man, at his happiest amongst the trees dreaming up a new design and getting very excited about different timbers. His beautifully crafted designs reflect all of his passion. Read more
Just went to buy tickets for “The Shining” at the empty Burton Cliff hotel, next door to Mr B Braggs place, and its sold out. Devastated. Although am not sure I would have made it through the whole scary showing (the bar would have helped) Read more
Over Christmas popped into the splendid Sladers Yard, always full of interesting artists and such a great cafe (best cakes in town) which is open come rain or shine. In the gallery we fell upon a festive display of the stunning textiles of Wallace and Sewell. Read more
I seem to be on a theme of illustrative art and so it feels fit to mention the lovely animator and illustrator, Keith Robinson; his work is now selling online at Folksy as a collective; Jurassic Dreams.
Being an owner of a selection of fowl, I especially love the Chickens print, its most amusing..am thinking Christmas gifts to my fellow chicken keeping friends. So rural I am.
Spotted this at Otterton Mill and am lovin’ it…refreshing change from the West Country landscape fest.
Moose (yes thats his name; like it) is an ex architect, hence the line drawing style, now living in Exmouth.
His pieces are not only good looking but funny.
Wit and style; a good combo. Read more