Our latest prints are inspired by summer days spent drifting down the river, discovering hidden creeks, picturesque villages and deserted beaches, and the wildflowers and wildlife spotted along the river banks.
Long, lazy days by the river inspired Kathryn to create this beautiful print, which captures life on the Helford River. Boats drift up and down, buoys add colour and distinctive maritime pines provide shade to sit and sketch – or simply watch the world go by.
The creeks around the river Fal are fascinating to explore. Kathryn sat on the riverbank sketching the flowers, leaves and pondweed at the edge of the water to create the beautiful forms in this design.
Watching gig rowers gliding across the water inspired Sophie to create this fun, colourful print. She was captured by the distinctive shape of the oars as they cut through the water in unison.
This striking linocut print of swimming mackerel was created by Kathryn Fowler. We love the sense of energy and movement these fish have.
Boats sailing up and down the Fal estuary are captured in this impresssionistic print, designed by Sophie Chadwick. A light breeze ripples the surface of the water, making the sails billow.
Watching herons patiently waiting for fish on the banks of the Helford River inspired Kathryn to create this beautiful print. If you look closely, you’ll see that some of them have already caught their supper.
The bright blooms Kathryn spotted on a walk along the coast path near the Helford River inspired her to create this delicate and fun floral print.
Ever wondered how the team bring our prints to life? Read our Story of a Print blog and watch for yourself how a print goes from concept to shop floor.