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Posted on Mar 15, 2019 by

“Outlining the South West” is a new exhibition by Anita Reynolds, to be held at The Old Coastguard in Mousehole from 4 April to 30 June.

Day 14 – Port Quin

The exhibition features a collection of paintings and prints depicting the 630 miles of the South West Coast Path through the eyes of Devon-based painter and printmaker Anita Reynolds.

Day 18 – Wheal Coates

During her 630 mile walk she produced a set of 56 prints, each capturing a different aspect of the journey, from broad landscapes to the intimate detail of birds and trees.

Day 26 – Mousehole Harbour

Alongside a selection of these daily prints are more recent works from her winter residency in West Penwith and on the Isles of Scilly.

Samson at Dusk


This exhibition brings Anita’s original project and new works to Cornwall for the first time and will be the first of two 2019 exhibitions at The Old Coastguard which, like its sister inn, The Gurnard’s Head, lies just yards from the South West Coast Path.

4 April – Exhibition Preview from 4pm-6pm
5 April – Exhibition open to the public
11 May – Lunch with the Anita, printmaking demonstration and book signing
30 June – Exhibition closes

All the pictures are for sale and range in price from £250-£2,000.

Day 21 – Hayle Beach


Anita spends much of her time in the landscape, living in and working from her campervan, which houses a small printing press and enables her to produce prints whilst away from her studio.

More recently she has been busy with a new project, A Year on Dartmoor, for which she is producing a piece of work for every one of Dartmoor’s 365 square miles. In 2019 she becomes a visiting lecturer at Newlyn School of Art in the next door village to Mousehole.

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