Dungeness inspirations

This spring I spent a few days on a kind of art retreat in Dungeness, staying in one of the original cottages at the tip of the ness, and focussing on simply walking, looking, experiencing, seeing what made my whiskers twitch, and then drawing, writing and photographing.

Here's a selection to show you some of the things that have stuck with me most and have been inspiring some new work that I will share with you in the next post.

The scattering of self-built houses and sheds

Trackways across the shingle

Debris equally and equivalently scattered with irregular shapes and fascinating finishes

the everpresent hum of power station looming above it all