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THE FIRST POPPY-QUEENSGATE THE SKY OF POPPIES-commemorating the centenary of The Battle of The Somme-Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

The first poppy is the beginning of the creation of an art installation commissioned by Queensgate Shopping Centre Peterborough to commemorate the centenary of The Battle of The Somme in World War I. The first poppy is the first of over 1000 hand felted poppies to be included in the installation with each poppy representing […]

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What is Intuitive Soul Art? by Intuitive Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

I often get asked about how I create my art? And when I say by intuition and soul and not by planning I frequently get a puzzled face standing before me! My art  is created in an intuitive and soul based process that means that I trust myself in front of a canvas to feel […]

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Why I buy from Independents and Artists! And why I would like you too……by Peterborough Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

OK I admit it for most of my life I didn’t get art and I didn’t understand how it could affect my emotions and my moods. I didn’t think about all those people with their small businesses beavering away trying to make a living away from the corporate world despite my dad having his own […]

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THE NENE PARK BLANKET

THE NENE PARK TRUST FELTED BLANKET by Environmental Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill, Artisan Felter Eve Marshall and the people of Ferry Meadows Country Park

As part of my artist-in-residence post at Ferry Meadows Country Park creating art inspired by nature of the park we planned to create a stunning felted blanket of the wildlife of the park. The design of the blanket creates itself almost in my head which I then communicate to Eve with whom this is the […]

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An Artists Obsession with Feathers-by Nature Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

Why have I become obsessed with feathers? Why am I seeing them everywhere at the moment? It all began with the installation PERSEPHONE’S BED AUTUMN as I saw moulted feathers everywhere as I was creating this piece-I collected them and popped them in a jar-they came out for the installation and then were put in […]

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THE FIRES OF AUTUMN An original painting by Peterborough Nature Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

When I became Artist-in-Residence at Ferry Meadows Country Park in Peterborough I was grateful for the focus and the space it could create to enable me to develop myself and my art. As a self taught artist I want each project that I undertake to enable me to learn about myself, new techniques, the subjects […]

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THE THREE KINGS, A WALK AND A BED-Peterborough Environmental and Wildlife Artist-Charron Pugsley-Hill

Not all together but on different days in the same week!! It began with Persephone’s Bed Autumn (see previous blog for the story) and me thinking I might get 20 people lying in the bed…..about 80 people laid in the bed with and without the goddess….Why 20 …well often something familiar in a place you […]

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Charron Pugsley-Hill Artist-in-residence Nene Park -#PERSEPHONESBED Art Installation

Persephone’s Bed is a bed that will be placed in different locations in the park in the 4 different seasons. It will be dressed for each of the seasons, autumn, winter, spring and summer. Visitors to the park can lie in the bed and observe the surroundings from the bed in each of the chosen […]

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CHARRON PUGSLEY-HILL ARTIST IN RESIDENCE-NENE PARK-NENE PARK TRUST- PETERBOROUGH 2016/17

I cannot use enough words to tell you how much I am excited by this Artist in Residence post at Nene Park in Peterborough. As a back story, before I became a wildlife and environmental artist I was a professional wildlife conservationist and for many years my office was situated on the entrance road to […]

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Nature and Wildlife Celebrating beauty in Art by Nature Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

Nature and wildlife is everywhere on our planet so it should be no surprise that it is everywhere in art reminding us of how beautiful and incredible the world in which we live is and hopefully will always be. That will of course depend a lot on how we as a species and individuals care […]

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