Taking inspiration from the Cornish coast,

from the wild and untamed to the quiet and calm.

Penny continues to be drawn to and inspired by Cornwall’s coastline and scenery, much of which she’s discovered and experienced when running and exploring the South West Coast Path.

As well as being captivated by the movement and energy that comes from the Cornish coast, the locations and subjects of Penny’s contemporary Cornish art are associated with her deep, emotional connection to Cornwall, the sea, and her own Cornish heritage.

From sweeping seascapes and cliffs, to the beautiful Cornish villages, each with their own charm and personality, and the quiet, peaceful moments, captured on or by the water. Penny wishes to create a sense of escape, a longing to be near the sea. An experience she relates to everyday.

People Say The Loveliest Things


“We absolutely love Penny’s paintings. I think it’s a combination of the way some of our favourite local happy places are captured and the vibrancy of the acrylic paints. We’ve bought both limited edition prints and original art works, and will continue collecting.”

Tony & Caroline

“I’ve purchased a number of prints and an original painting from Penny. They arrive in a beautiful parcel with a lovely card attached. Penny’s paintings are of a very high standard and capture idyllic scenes around Cornwall. I love them in my home and can’t wait to purchase Jasmine and the Buoys to add to my collection.”


“I absolutely love my prints from Penny. For me, she captures the essence of Cornwall’s beautiful and rugged coastline in a way that brings the paintings alive. They’re so lovely to have in my home.”



Are prints and paintings sold framed or unframed? 

At present, all artwork is sold unframed but I’m more than happy to source and organise framing for you. This cost will be added to your order. Once an order has been placed, please contact me if you’d like me to do this for you.

Is the packing environmentally friendly? 

Absolutely! All packaging is sourced to be recyclable and sustainable where possible.

What’s  your delivery process?

It’s pretty simple. I offer free postage to all UK orders. Once your item is shipped you’ll receive an email. All you have to do is look out for your postie, who’ll deliver your lovely Cornish art via tracked delivery. You can find more delivery info here

Can I change my order?

If you’d like to change your order, I’ll do what I can to help, so please let me know as soon as possible. Obviously, if you’re item(s) have been shipped, please refer to my returns policy.

What if I change my mind?

If you change your mind, please contact me within 14 days from the date of delivery. All items must be packaged carefully and returned as sold in order for a refund to be processed. You can read my returns policy here.

Can I commission a painting?

You bet! If you’re considering a commission, I’m all ears. I’m happy to discuss your ideas and requirements, with no obligation to take things further. Please get in touch and we can arrange a time to talk this over in more detail. There’s some commission related FAQs here which you’ll find helpful.


Notes From The Studio

More Happy Customers

“Thank you so much for our fantastic painting of our favourite place. We are so thrilled you were able to undertake a commission for us”


“I bought “Tri Hok” and so many people say what a beautiful print it is. It’s a lovely focal point in my room and continues to bring me a lot of joy.”


“Showcasing ‘Tri Hok’, ‘The Moorings After The Night Before’, and ‘When I Look The Other Way’ in my Cornish cottage is a great pleasure. It’s all about heritage for me, the art, the cottages and the location. Memories. Thank you Penny”