An art exhibition at Bude Castle features the work of three Cornwall-based artists who have worked
together for the past two years within the living landscape of Bodmin Moor in all weathers and all seasons from dawn to dusk.
The resulting collection of poetry, painting and photography is their response to the history, landscape and mystery of this historic place.
Helen Jagger is a poet who has lived in Cornwall since 1994.
She founded the Indian King Arts Centre and continues to
lead the Indian King Poetry Group.
Ida Swearingen is an American transplant who has lived in
Cornwall since 2006. She practiced family therapy for 23 years, has published several short stories and one novel and currently writes and photographs
Kat Dickinson is a visual artist and qualified teacher who has been based on Bodmin Moor for 22 years, creating large canvasses in situ within the living landscape.
Venue: Bude Castle Gallery, The Wharf, Bude, EX23 8LG. November1st-15th, Sunday to Friday 11:00 to 17:00.