Amy Carter, Caitlin McLintock and Joel Stinton will be exhibiting their work at the Old Lifeboat House in Porthleven from March 10-16.

Inspired by the county’s coastline and Cornwall’s rich heritage and culture, they aim show three different views of the county from three different creative minds. Photography, jewellery and artwork will be brought together into what will be their first joint exhibition.

Amy, a "true Cornish maid," takes inspiration from the natural environment around her, and its abundance of colour and texture. She is particularly interested in beach combing and repurposing found objects, often using pieces of sea glass, pebbles and driftwood in her work. Amy is currently studying silver-smithing and jewellery at Truro College.

Joel has lived in Cornwall for most of his life, studying photography at Southampton Solent University. He is interested in the spaces and items found along the county’s coastline. Artists like Mark Power, Simon Roberts and Edward Hopper influence his work. He plans to use this exhibition to have some fun, but also try out some new ideas in preparation for a future project.

Caitlin, born and bred in Cornwall, has always used its rich landscape and the wonderful culture to inspire her collection of work. Graduating from Falmouth University with a degree in illustration, she uses inks, watercolours and pens to create works in a cross-hatching style. She has done lots of work for the Porthleven community, such as the map for the Porthleven Town Trail. You can find her work at:

All work on display will be for sale during the exhibition and the artists will be available to discuss their work. Prints and merchandise will also be available to buy. The exhibition will be open from 10am-6pm, Saturday-Friday. For more information go to