Visit To See Coral Rose And Her Studio –
I recently made the short journey from Lazenby Visuals across to see Coral Rose in her studio. I wanted to see where she worked and where she gets her inspiration from. Obviously, I took the camera along with me so I could share this visit with you all.
When you see the village of Ruston, on the southern edge of the North York Moors, you can see where Coral gets her inspiration from. The beautiful countryside and fields of farm animals border her studio on three sides. Coral usually works with pastels, they give a natural feel to her work, which are largely feathered or furry animals.
This huge bull and many other Highlands happily go about their day in the field just next door to the studio. It was this very bull which Coral painted along side her own black Labrador, ‘Over The Garden Wall’. You can see this print, along with lots of her other work on our page dedicated to a gallery of Coral’s work – http://www.lazenbyvisuals.com/coral-rose-gallery
With floods of light coming in through this northern facing window, Coral has a great studio to work from. This northern facing window looks directly over the North York Moors rolling countryside. What a great way to constantly feed your inspiration.
To see see more of Coral’s work and to read a bit more information about her, please see her page in our ‘Guest Artists’ area of the website – http://www.lazenbyvisuals.com/guest-artist-coral-rose. If you’d like to know anymore more about Coral or her work, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact page.
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