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Caroline Trevaskis

Long Grass above Mulfra

A dark afternoon in March waiting for the rain. Mulfra is a small ancient settlement in the hills above Penzance.
2015

Penwith Fields

Oil on board
2012

Rain Coming

Oil on board
2012

Sandunes (Hayle Towans)

Pastel
2012

Evening on the Estuary

Evening time along the Otter Estuary
2015

Force

2015

Entrance to Lower Boscaswell Fogou

2015

Caroline Trevaskis

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Caroline Trevaskis

Born in the South Hams, I was lucky enough to spend my childhool close to the edge of Dartmoor where we spent a lot of time as a family.  After studying Fine Art and Printmaking at Amersham College in Buckinghamshire, I had a number of years of artistic inactivity.  I eventually returned to art through working in Stained Glass, which ultimately led me back to my main love - landscape painting.

Growing up in Devon instilled in me a strong interest in our landscape and this is the main focus of my work.  I mainly work from sketches and photographs (I find working directly in the landscape too distracting - too much to look at).  Recently, I have been spending more time in West Cornwall and this has led to a change in my work. 

With the combination of the natural and man-made, ancient and more modern, there is always something in the westcountry landscape to draw the attention and provide inspiration.