A man without his language has lost his land
From 2000 onwards, having moved further west along the coast to a new and more rugged landscape, Deborah produced two books focusing on the culture, ecology and Celtic links of Cornwall, published by wingbeat as part of the Made in Cornwall Scheme. From her harbourside studio in Boscastle, she also created a series of pastels, watercolours and acrylics depicting the landscape and coastline of the north Cornish coast.
Unless otherwise stated, all images shown on this page are available as giclee prints.
Copies of the books and a selection of originals can also be purchased.
Please contact Deborah for details of sizes and prices.
The books, plus the Boscastle series of prints can also be purchased from:
The Picture Parlour. 1 Bridge Walk, Boscastle, Cornwall. Tel: 01840 250677 firstname.lastname@example.org
KERNOW A Land Apart
Intense colours, extraordinary shapes and rhythms of Cornish landscape provide the perfect focus for this new work. Both atmospheric and informative, the text moves through time, quietly touching the secrets of the past to create the all important picture, the story of a nation. Kernow, gwylas dyberthys
The poetic narrative and unique paintings reflect the artist’s passion for the land, the Cornish language and culture.Cornish Guardian
(For artworks and prints please visit my KERNOW page.)
A celebration in pictures and verse, complete with Cornish translation, welcoming the return of the legendary Chough to its homeland.
The author creates a plethora of nostalgia, myth and positive thoughts for the future. The English and Cornish Verses, combined with the beautiful illustrations, forge an original and compelling body of workCornish World Magazine
(For artworks and prints please visit my CHOUGH page.)