Clarke Reynolds is an emerging visual artist who is partially blind and gradually losing his sight. His aim is to raise awareness among sighted people of the importance of Braille by using Braille itself as an artistic medium.
With a new exhibition for Cove Gallery opening on 28 May 2021, in this blog Clarke relates his unique and truly inspirational journey as an artist.
Sam’s love of wildlife and the countryside feature strongly in her artistic journey. Her work is influenced not only by other artists and artwork, but also music, books, television and wildlife campaigners, including the renowned broadcaster Chris Packham.
Gina Marshall explains how her artistic journey has contributed in no small part to her recovery from mental illness. Taking inspiration from linocuts, doodle art, patchwork and pointillism, Gina has created her own unique style, and has become successful locally as a both a commercial artist and more recently as a gallery owner.